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  1. I have the option to take redundancy at the end of this year with a retention payment and PILON. This is to be carried over to the end of next year if I agree to stay for the year. The retention is tax free, pilon isn't. So, I guess it's up to me if I want to accept it or negotiate (or leave at the end of this year). Cheers for the help
  2. I do have a contract to sign. I can't really paste it here due to confidentiality, so I have to be careful. The first part states: "Your employment with the Company will terminate on the 31 December 2022 (the ‘Termination Date’) by reason of mutual agreement." It's a pdf with so signatures which was emailed to me. The details of the remuneration are included, calculated as if I were made redundant now rather than the end of next year. details of the calculation are not included, just the total. I guess that's fine if I sign up to it?
  3. Recently, the Company I work for decided to move and I said I would take the redundancy being offered. The Company have offered to extend the redundancy package being offered to exactly 1 year into the future. The statutory portion of the redundancy remains the same in their calculation, I asked about this and was told: "the package is based on the rights being settled now and the agreement being signed in 2021" This doesn't seem right though, I will have worked an extra year for the company so would expect the calculation to reflect that. I couldn't find any examples on the web which answers this type of query. Any help would be appreciated.
  4. An amount should have gone through on Tuesday
  5. I finally got some time to scan the result in Now to donate... Harlands3.pdf
  6. Well, as I stepped through the front door, I could see an envelope poking out of the letterbox, upon gently lifting the envelope from its resting place, I couldn't but notice the "Haywards Heath" address mechanically scribed on the back. As a wave of fear filled my brow, I opened the envelope. To my surprise, all was good. To be honest, I was expecting a bit more of a fight than this, but I'll take the early win It reads: "Further to your recent letter to our offices, Harlands can confirm that the agreement is now closed and no further payments are due. We hop you find this to be in order. Yours sincerely, Harlands I suspect that since it was obvious I was never going to pay any admin fees, the letters required to coerce me into paying even the 1 month notice (of which they get a small %, assuming there was actually a requirement for me to pay it) isn't worth it. To complete the story, I shall return to work tomorrow and scan the letter, followed by a donation.
  7. Thanks Slick. I should be able to see some signatures in the next day or 2
  8. I thought It might be wise to post the text of the 2 letters I'm sending here: To Harlands: I cancelled the Direct-Debit in accordance with the gyms guidance on their website and owe you nothing. If you make any further demand, I will make formal complaints about harassment. To Fit4Less: I cancelled the Direct-Debit in accordance with your gyms guidance on the website but Harlands are now harassing me for more money. Kindly tell them to cease contact immediately or your gym will be named co-defendant in court action seeking compensation for harassment. Going back through the thread, I noticed that the original letter, at the bottom says "PDF created with pdfFactory trial version www.pdffactory.com", this is indeed at the bottom of the letter I received, not part of my scanning process, cheapskates!
  9. It was Fit4Less (as opposed to Fitness4Less), but there isn't any visible T&C's on the website, so my stating that I followed the T&C's wouldn't be correct, a mistake I obviously made when I found the T&C's of the similarly named Gym by accident. I apologise for all the confusion and really appreciate your patience in helping me. It really does put your head in a spin when you aren't used to dealing with this stuff....
  10. I don't think you've understood the mistake I made, those T&C's I posted a link to was for the wrong Gym, 2 days ago a friend pointed this out to me, hence post #11, it's just a very similar name. So, I can't really say I've followed the T&C's on the website, I thought I had but it was the wrong site
  11. I can't write to Harlands saying :- "I cancelled the DD in accordance with the gym's T&C's and owe you nothing. If you make any further demand, I will make formal complaints about harassment." as per post #12 since there are no T&C's visible.
  12. Problem is the T&C's I posted were for a very similarly named Gym, not the one I'm actually with, I made an error. But, I can't actually find the T&C's for the correct one on their site, so I'm not so sure what the proper course of action is now.
  13. It appears I have made an error, the terms and conditions page I poseted is for Fitness4Less, but my Gym was Fit4Less, easy mistake to make when you're no longer familiar with the name (it's been a while since I've been, clearly ) However, I cannot find the terms and conditions by navigating their site. The first letter could have reminded me of the terms and conditions but did no such thing, therefore I assumed it was fine to just ignore it and get on with my life without Gym membership. Should I offer to pay 1 months notice or refuse to pay anything at all?
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