Is it fair to say that it normally rains on a Bank Holiday Monday?
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Yes 69%38 
No 31%17 
55 total 

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 Posted by Penseivat  May 3, 2017 at 7:20 amFrom 82.18.218.x  Report Abuse 
I tend to spend most bank holidays in the Canaries, and it hasn't rained there on those times for the past 5 years, so my answer is "No".
 Posted by Carol'sSpoon  May 1, 2017 at 6:39 amFrom 80.189.160.x  Report Abuse 
The shocking truth is that in every working week 20% of rain falls on Mondays and Fridays.

Why should this disgraceful statistic not apply if the Monday is a Bank Holiday?

     Posted by Mark WADSWORTH in reply to Carol'sSpoon  May 1, 2017 at 9:15 pmFrom 82.132.224.x  Report Abuse 
 Posted by Machiii  May 1, 2017 at 5:45 amFrom 188.29.164.x  Report Abuse 
I think mandatory public holidays should be move to a Friday. I think more people would enjoy a long weekend that way around
     Posted by JQ in reply to Machiii  May 1, 2017 at 6:10 pmFrom 2.222.191.x  Report Abuse 
    Every day of the week should be treated the same and a full-time job might just be defined as 10000 hours a year, split up however you want. Everyone should be paid a multiplier for working during hours of darkness (and yes that means more in winter).

    My employer is flexible with staff swapping shifts so I generally try to work Sat,Sun,Mon / Wed-Thu, which means 2 days of driving to work in no traffic. It is busier with fewer people around, but things get done more quickly as there are fewer distractions. I also get paid double if anyone rostered for Sunday is on annual leave or sick and I volunteer to "come in". Then I spend 3 months in Australia from November-Feburary.
       Posted by mike w in reply to JQ  May 3, 2017 at 4:43 amFrom 79.69.107.x  Report Abuse 
      'Then I spend 3 months in Australia from November-Feburary.'

      That seems a rather harsh punishment for asking for flexi time

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