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Am I owed Pay? Advice Please

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Not sure if ive posted in the right forum but here goes...

I recently finished my employment in my place of work in order to start a new job which i will be taking up next month.

My problem is this however... I worked as normal until the end of June.

As i was only employed on a part time basis i also worked my statutory 4 weeks notice within this month also so i assumed that i would get paid for this? So essentailly say i worked my normal 100 hours a month for that month i worked say 200 hours (the extra hundred being made up of my 4 weeks notice). I have been told by my payroll department that i will be getting nothing! Any advice would be most welcome!:)


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I'm confused (I know, it's quite easy).

 

How many hours did you work?

Did you get paid for all the hours you worked?

If so, why should they pay you more?

 

Just because you're working notice doesn't mean you get paid double - if that was the case I'd be changing jobs every six weeks :lol:! You are just letting them know you're leaving and fulfilling any contractual requirements.

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I'm confused (I know, it's quite easy).

 

How many hours did you work?

Did you get paid for all the hours you worked?

If so, why should they pay you more?

 

Just because you're working notice doesn't mean you get paid double - if that was the case I'd be changing jobs every six weeks :lol:! You are just letting them know you're leaving and fulfilling any contractual requirements.

 

LOL. I know- im confused too. :) I basically worked my normal hours up to the end of June plus the 4 weeks notice on top during the same period. So basically my normal hours were 126 but for that month i worked 252. No pay come this month. Just wanted top know if i was due anything as not sure how these things work.


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not sure i fully understand what you mean, but you should get paid for all the hours that you worked of course, regardless of working notice or not.

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did you inform your employer that you would be doing this?

cant see any reason why you should not be paid, you worked the hours.

 

it could just be a payroll issue in so much as no-one has ever done that before & they dont understand what you have done?

 

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if everyone stopped blindly paying DCA's tomorrow

the biggest financial industry in the UK, DCA;s would collapse overnight.

 

 

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Thanks for the comment dx. Like the Roger Waters avitar btw.

Yes-employer informed. Actually sat down with line manager(s) and they agreed this to be fine. I guess there some sort of payroll issue as perhaps never done before but the people there wont have none of it. :mad: Not sure what to do now

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take it up with the line managers again askthem to explain to payroll

 

typically ofcourse this scenario would be alien to them, how can someone be working twice in x period.

 

eh! i bet you get an answer like computer says no, as i bet they dont know how to do it......

 

pay me!

 

dx


please don't hit Quote...just type we know what we said earlier..

 

if everyone stopped blindly paying DCA's tomorrow

the biggest financial industry in the UK, DCA;s would collapse overnight.

 

 

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take it up with the line managers again askthem to explain to payroll

 

typically ofcourse this scenario would be alien to them, how can someone be working twice in x period.

 

eh! i bet you get an answer like computer says no, as i bet they dont know how to do it......

 

pay me!

 

dx

 

Will do. Not surprised that theres confusion really i suppose! LOL:)


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