re WRA

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  • #35179
    Anonymous
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    havent done a PFA for years, so apologies if this is glaringly obvious, but –

    I have a polish worker who is a WRA, but he has only be working for 9 weeks – my understanding of the regs is that we would have to wait until he worked for 52 weeks, without a 4 week break, before he could become entitled to hb/ctb

    however a voice in my head says we can pay hb/ctb in these circs

    should i listen to this voice

    cheers

    #98741
    Darren Broughton
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    Listen to the voice….

    #98742
    Anonymous
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    nice

    #98743
    Mikeb2
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    My little voice says….’What is WRA when it at home?’ :1:

    I know a Welfare Rights Advisor :20: is a WRA but what is it you are referring to… ❓

    Can you give me a clue? :27:

    . :16:

    #98744
    Mikeb2
    Participant

    I still do not know what WRA stands for…

    Anyone going to let on?

    #98745
    Anonymous
    Guest

    it stands for workers registration certificate – it’s just i spell certificate with a capital A

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