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I'm trying to interpret my contact and work out whether I'm entitled to time off in lieu if required to attend training. I normally have a fixed set of working hours per day.

It states that I may be required to attend training and that this may take place outside of normal working hours. It also states no additional remuneration will be provided - but it doesn't say either way whether I can take off time in Lieu.

Does no additional remuneration implicitly indicate that I'm not entitled to this?

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  • Are you an hourly or salaried employee?
    – Michael
    Commented May 18, 2017 at 21:11
  • @MichaelC. question didn't associate with my account for some reason. But Salaried.
    – Ian
    Commented May 18, 2017 at 22:03

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"No additional remuneration" doesn't mean you won't get paid - it means you won't get paid extra. For it being out-of-hours. Work related training is work and you are entitled to normal remuneration- if your contract has time-in-lieu provisions then you can use them.

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  • In this case there isn't any "time in lieu" provision, except when being made to work a bank holiday.
    – Ian
    Commented May 18, 2017 at 22:07

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