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Hi,

My employer raises our payslips on the 28th of each month and pays HMRC to relevant monies at this time.

 

Our Salaries are not then paid into our accounts until the 18th of the following month

 

. I have asked my employer why and he says this is just cash flow and "that's how it is" but we are all in effect always going 18 days without being paid, is this legal?

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what does your contract say about when you will be paid?


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its just says "employees will be paid monthly for the hours they have worked"

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and when does your payslip say payment is made? Not te date the payslip is printed but the date it says payment is made.


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essentially you are being paid 18 days in arrears. there is not a lot wrong with this per se but I agree it does cause problems with standing orders. DD's ect if you have recently changed jobs. What would worry me more is the reason given- cashflow problems. That indicates that the owner has a workforce for free for 6 weeks if he decides to do a runner and that he certainly has this position in mind when setting up the payments system

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