Rules governing shampooers' absences,
extracted from the Minute Book
of the London & Provincial Turkish Bath Co Ltd

Part of page 418 of the minute book of the London & Provincial Turkish Bath Co Ltd
< London & Provincial Turkish Bath Company Limited. Minute Book (Page 418)

Rules (1) That each Shampooer, and other bath

employés, shall have twelve working
days leave, during each year, without
loss of wages.
(2) All absences with, or without leave over and
above twelve working days, wages
will not be paid.
(3) All absence from duty on account
of ill health, on a Medical Certificate
being sent in to the Secretary; full
wages, for four weeks, and half
wages, for a further period of four
weeks will be paid. These payments
to be made from the Shampooers
Fund, and not from the General
Wages & Accounts.

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