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    • Is this better?   In the Bristol Civic Justice Centre   Claimant name and address xxxxxxxx xxxxxx xx xxxxxx xxxx xxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxx xxx   Defendants name and address Nissan Motor (GB) Limited, The Rivers Office Park, Denham Way, Maple Cross, Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, WD3 9YS.   Brief details of claim Damages   Value £225   Particulars of claim 1. The Defendant is a Data Controller within the meaning of the Data Protection Act 2018 and is responsible for the processing of data of which the Claimant is a Subject.     2. This claim is in relation to three breaches of the Data Protection Act (2018) by the Defendant. (a) Failure to comply with the statutory time limit. (b) The Defendants data disclosure was incomplete. (c) The Defendant sent the data to an address which was not the address of the      Claimant data Subject.    3. The Defendant has failed to comply with the statutory time limit and is therefore in breach of the Data Protection Act (2018). (a) On 09 January 2020, the Claimant made a request for to the Defendant for a statutory data disclosure.  The statutory timeframe for compliance was 10 February 2020.    4. The Defendants data disclosure is incomplete.  (a) The Defendant has provided data disclosure on 25 February 2020.  However, the data disclosure that has been provided by the Defendant is incomplete.    5. The Defendant sent the disclosure to an address that was not the Claimant’s. (a) The Claimant provided the Defendant with the correct address to send the Subject Access Request to on 10 January 2020 and again on 19 February 2020.      6. The Claimant has made a complaint to the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) asking for a statutory assessment to be carried out.  The ICO has offered a preliminary view that the Defendant has breached their statutory duty in failing to comply with the statutory time limit.    7. By virtue of the Defendant’s failure to comply with the Subject Access Request the Claimant has suffered distress.
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    • In the Bristol Civic Justice Centre   Claimant name and address xxxxxxxx xxxxxx xx xxxxxx xxxx xxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxx xxx   Defendants name and address Nissan Motor (GB) Limited, The Rivers Office Park, Denham Way, Maple Cross, Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, WD3 9YS.   Brief details of claim Damages   Value £225   Particulars of claim 1. This claim is in relation to the Defendants breaches of the Data Protection Act 2018. (a) Failure to comply with the statutory time limit. (b) The Defendants data disclosure was incomplete. (c) The Defendant sent the data to an address which was not the address of the      Claimant data Subject.    2. The Defendant is a Data Controller within the meaning of the Data Protection Act 2018 and is responsible for the processing of data of which the Claimant is a Subject.     3. On 09 January 2020, the Claimant made a request for to the Defendant for a statutory data disclosure.  The statutory timeframe for compliance was 10 February 2020.    4. The Defendant breached their statutory duties in that:  they failed to provide the data disclosure within the statutory time limit of thirty days.  The data disclosure was eventually provided on 25 February 2020.    5. The data disclosure that has been provided by the Defendant is incomplete.    6. The Defendant sent the disclosure to an address that was not the Claimant’s.  The Claimant provided the Defendant with the correct address on 10 January 2020 and again on 19 February 2020.      7. The Defendant has made a complaint to the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) asking for a statutory assessment to be carried out.  The ICO has offered a preliminary view that the Defendant has breached their statutory duty in failing to comply with the statutory time limit.    8. By virtue of the Defendant’s failure to comply with the Subject Access Request the Claimant has suffered distress.
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am I entitled to holiday pay?

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I work two days per week in an office and theres only myself and the boss on the payroll

 

I have worked there since the start of 2014

 

I was told that they didnt do holiday pay

 

Now, there have been times when I have been off work the odd day and they have paid me, that was in 2014, in 2015 and 2016 they havent, I have never taken time off when busy, and only when really slack.

 

I keep getting told by friends I should get statutory holiday pay, and was pointed to the ukgov website, based on a two day week the entitlement should be 11.2 days annual leave.

 

I have asked the question to see if it can be applied, but I suspect I will be told to put up or leave.

 

Whats the general opinion on this matter?

 

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that unless you are self employed, it is a statutory right.


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no, I am not self employed.

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Then you need to make sure that you get what you are entitled to. Every employee is entitled to paid holiday - as you have already estabished on the YouGov website

 

Your employer may claim that you are being paid extra to take account of holidays - but that is in itself unlawful. You must be allowed to take paid time away from the workplace


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its only at minimum wage

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so what?

you are entitled to 5.6 weeks paid holiday per year

 

 

so by working part time for 2 days/week you are entitled to 11 days paid leave at your normal daily rate.

 

 

If you want to take the money just name days that you dont normally work and then you will accrue the holiday a bit faster and be owed another half day!

 

claim the backpay as well.

put it in writing and quote the legislation so your boss doesnt say that it doesnt apply

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What would happen if the boss paid the leave or told the OP to take off the 11 days which would be about 5 weeks and then asked her not to bother returning?

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no job + small claims court


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sorry - an ET, not small claims. potentially unfair dismissal.


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TBH a very small employer wont be able to take the strain of an ET so using the correct wording and making sure that they know about the legislation to enforce your rights will make them consider any thoughts of revenge very carefully. If they see that you know your rights you are less likely to have them challenged arbitrarily

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