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Does anyone know when holiday pay should be paid out when an employees does his notice and leaves,I worked for a company for 2 months,in the contract it states you accrue just over 2 days holiday a month.

I was paid one bank holiday just before I finished,I worked the weeks notice etc,surely they still owe me about 3 days?

Its been 3 weeks since my last pay from them they just paid me the weeks money and no extra

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You should be paid everything in your final payslip and certainly before your p45

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Send a letter before action to the ceo of the company, signed for delivery, keep proof of postage and reciept.

 

Break down what is owed

What has been paid

What is outstanding

 

Give 14 days for them to pay you or you will issue a small claims against the company and bill them the costs of doing so.

 

ONLY pursue this if you are genuinely willing to take court action (Which is easy and people here can help you along the way)

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By all means

 

BUT

 

Tribunal route is expensive and time consuming and may not be worth it for the amount concerned

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Depends if you believe ACAs are there to fight for the little person or if you think they are a giant mediation maching who are duty bound to be impartial. Also depends how fast you want it to be. Small claims court is faster, and you can claim fees as part of your claim.

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Letter before action spelling out clearly how much you are owed and why and when you expct them to pay it (14 days is fine) otherwise small claims procedure without further warning. Cost about £60 all in and you get that back as costs. Go to a tribunal and you have to cough up £500 up front and no guarantee of winning as the procedural niceties make it harder for the small guy to comply fully so often loses out on a piddling technicality.

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