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Hi. I recently left a small company on the 12th August. I was due to be paid on the 01/09/2010. But I have not received payment.

I received my P45 through the post with the INCORRECT date of leaving on ( It showed 31/07/2010 )

I have tried to contact my employer twice and they just ignore my request for a payslip, and my wages.


I have proof of working on the dates I havent been paid for because I have details of customer contracts that were signed on the dates.


I have decided If there is nothing on Monday to send them a letter stating that they have 30 days to resolve this issue before i take legal action.


What I want to ask is, the payment thats owed to me is only a few hundred pounds, and does it cost to have an emploment tribunal?


Is there a better way to go about this than the way I have?


Do I have a strong case?


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Hello Spawney and welcome to the forum. I have to go out now, but this very question popped up yesterday on the forum, about LBAs and illegal deductions. If you have time, have a look around previous threads while you're waiting for other replies.


For what it's worth, and I have no legal basis for this, I wouldn't give them 30 days myself.


My best, HB

Illegitimi non carborundum




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Thank you for your reply. I wil do just that.



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Agree with HB. 14 days would be ample if you are feeling charitable, and 7 days is perfectly sufficient. Why be without what you are owed for longer than you have to be?

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