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  1. I've been having endless issue with my employer. We came to an agreement (i thought it was over) however the cot3 is full of errors! In one bit it says I have 57 days holiday. In March 2013 my line manager said in email i had 71 days. This is one of many mistakes. I'm lost my lawyer says its all done. I've not signed it.
  2. Can anyone explain me why COT3 agreement (brokered through ACAS) does not require the claimant to take an independent legal advice and Settlement Agreement does? The ACAS conciliator does not provide any advice on the terms of settlement, so it must be a clear disadvantage for an unrepresented claimant to go via ACAS(COT3) then?
  3. Please could anyone advise on next steps with a COT3. Brief chain of events so far:- My wife left employer and was paid short, after take over of co during year they renaged on agreed bereavment leave after death of father and decided this was sick leave at SSP Wife tried to point out error- they didn't want to know and even claimed they had overpaid her ! Went to ACAS - they refused calls and wouldn't call back to ACAS Went to Employers Tribunal - go to day before and wife settled via ACAS for what she was owed. COT3 sent to her and then on to Employers solicitors and received.
  4. Hi, I am hoping to get some advice. I recently settled a tribunal for unfair dismissal (I represented my husband!) but the respondent has not yet paid. In short, my husband was unfairly dismissed without notice, holiday pay and being owed around £1400 in unpaid salary. He had a clean employment history, no disciplinaries etc. He called the MD to ask if he could work from home one Sunday for a few hours as the fire exits were blocked in the building and his MD called him a some choice names and fired him in the street the next day. It transpired he was trying to save money as he had a
  5. Hi all, does anyone know if a COT3 can prevent a future county court case or does this only apply to future tribunal cases:confused:?
  6. Hi all, I received my reply from the ICO saying that my previous employer was "unlikely to have complied with the DPA due to them not supplying the information requested within the 40 day statutory period." also that the amount of time they took to request the fee, was excessive. When I requested my details, they had no clue what I was requesting. They sent me my "personnel file" when I queried this (I had worked there for 16 years so it was quite substantial!) and told them it was everything that they had on me, I received another package with some other bits. But I am still convinc
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