Asked by AshleyZ
on 11-08-2020 11:07:53
Question posted in the General Law
category relating to Western Cape
Question value: R 0.00
Trust you are well and keeping safe.
I have a question regarding employee contract and the global pandemic.
At the moment we are getting paid the ters benefits and once the hotel (timeshare hotel) opens we will only go back 2 days a week and remain on the ters amount of R3800. This is only a quarter of my salary and my collegue and I both have kids to take care of (she has a husband who works at the same hotel and I am a single mother with no maintenance.)
Question then being, seeing that we are only getting to work 2 days a week with a quarter of our salaries a month, are we allowed to work somewhere else for the other 3 days to make some extra money or make up our salaries to feed our families?
Should our employer deny us, what do we stand to do? Demand full salaries then?
Advice would be highly appreciated.
And lastly, during such a pandemic, are you still required to give a full 30 days notice should you wish to leave or can you request a immediate resignation as you are only working 2 days?
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