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  1. Hi everyone any advice would be appreciated. I have been working for my the company since Feb 2008. On April 28th 2009. I received a pay rise letter that my salary has increased to a much larger figure than I was originally on. The next day I rang head office to confirm with them if it was correct or incorrect, the company secretary who deals with everything said yes and I am very lucky. A few days later I went into work I thanked my boss for the payrise, he said thats fine the company is doing well and we are very busy. It constantly for several months referred to my payrise w
  2. Hi quick question, I have been underpaid at work to an overpayment at work a few months back, my employer has completely taken my whole months salary as I have dropped down my contract at work, leaving me with literally nothing for the month to live on. I have bills etc to pay and nothing to pay them with. Is it legal for them to take literally all of my pay without even telling me in writing first? and Can I arrange something with them regarding payment back? I feel like I should take legal proceedings against them if they don't, can anyone help?
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