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Hi people's

 

Basically I need some help and advice I worked for a printing company back in 2007 - I was 17 at the time young and desperate for a job and the money. To cut a long story short I felt like I was forced to leave because me and my boss lets say we didn't get on and because he had a bad experience with women he would take all his anger and frustration out on me. I worked up until the 1st May 2007 when I handed in my notice and said that I wasn't coming back (and at the time I had a new job and they were eager for me to start asap). The thing that's come to light is they didnt pay me from the time I had worked up until 1st May and holidays that I didn't take. Can I just ask am I allowed to reclaim back wages from a company that I haven't worked for nearly two years?. The P45 that they sent me had my official leaving date as the 8th May :S but I am so confused can anbody help me out.

 

Thanks in advance :)

 

Lady TG x

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There is a three month time limit for making a claim. The time limit begins to run from the date when the deduction was made or the payment was lawfully due (this period may, in certain cases, be extended by a further three months to let employee and employer try to deal with the case themselves).

 

Since you mention that your case relates to employment in 2007, I am sorry to say that your time limit to bring the case before a court has expired.

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3 month limit at Employment Tribunal.

You could still make an application in the small claims court though - 6 year limit there.

Given the significant period of time that's passed, there could be practical problems even then.

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Hi sorry for the late reply elpulpo I have managed to reclaim the money back from my ex employer. ACAS (which is like a union for employment issues) really helped me out and I explained my situation and I told them that they didn't pay anyway last week I got a call to say that they are willing to settle my case and offer me my money. I should get a cheque within the next 14 days ;).

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