The CAB also said if your child's school has been closed unexpectedly, and you are unable to make alternative childcare arrangements, you do have the right to have unpaid time off from work to deal with the situation, within reason.
What does UPT stand for?
UPT stands for Unpaid Time
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We have 55 other meanings of UPT in our Acronym Attic
- United Protective Technologies (Charlotte, NC)
- Units Per Transaction
- Universal Personal Telecommunications
- Universal Protocol Translator
- Universidade Portucalense
- Universitatea Politehnica Timisoara (Romanian university)
- University of Pittsburgh Trust
- Unix Power Tools
- Unix Product Test
- Unlimited Paenga Tawhiti (Christchurch, New Zealand school)
- Unshielded Twisted Pair
- Upland Path Trust (UK)
- Uptown (New Orleans, LA)
- Urenco Power Technologies
- Urine Pregnancy Test
- User Profile Table (computing)
- Utility Pole Technology
- Undergraduate Pilot Training-Helicopter
- Ufficio Personale Tecnico Amministrativo (Italian: Office of Technical and Administrative Staff)
- Unified Professional Theatre Auditions
Samples in periodicals archive:
I genuinely believe this independent charity does a phenomenal job in helping to make our streets safer and puts bad people behind bars, and I am more than happy to give my own unpaid time to join the board to make a difference.
NZNO Plunket advocate, Laura Thomas, said the claims centred on a pay increase and addressing workload pressures, eg the amount of unpaid time staff put in.
Telling people they will not be playing is the hardest part of the job, especially when they give up so much of their unpaid time.
Workers in the lowest skilled jobs put in around half as much unpaid time, but still clock up 44 hours.
Today we have people earning a lot less than the strikers taking unpaid time off work to look after their children.
The law makes it clear that employees have the right to take a "reasonable" amount of unpaid time off work to take "necessary" action to deal with situations affecting dependants.
But the employees can use their vacation or take unpaid time off if they wish to do so, according to the company.