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Hi,

 

I'm trying to get some historical absense records from my previous employer. I started working there late 2007 so the time is well within limitations.

 

I've written to them twice asking for all dates, times and copies of all of the medical notes they got when I was ill. I even enclosed, on 3 occasions, a £10 postal order, for the SAR costs. On all 3 occasions they've ignored my letters, and on all 3 occasions, I've confirmed the postal orders were cashed.

 

What would you recommend I do to get these records? It seems there was a housing benefit discrepancy which I need to sort out and I can without those dates and notes.

 

Thanks,

 

A

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I've tried but the directors wont talk to me. They're always busy and never return calls.

 

I highly doubt they'll call me as when I left, they didn't know I had been logging the overtime they told me to do over the 3 years and it came to 5 months in total. Needless to say, I hauled them through court and got the money back.

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Here's a link to the Information Commissioner's Office:

 

http://www.ico.gov.uk/for_the_public/personal_information.aspx

 

It contains a template letter you can use if you have note received a response to a SAR. It is of concern that your former employer has cashed three postal orders and has not yet produced the information you requested.

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