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    • No no mention of overtime. So let me get this correct, you basically have no rights in your first two years of working somewhere. 
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    • I will send a copy of the lodgers agreement, a table that lists all the monies owed and paid for, copies of the bills that were outstanding the other lodgers paid for. I’m also relying on the fact that pre-court proceedings were not followed, that I had a different address which I will prove from a letter I received from the Department of Work and Pensions and that the name the claim is against only approximates to mine. The claim was therefore incorrectly addressed to an unknown name.  The claimant also has failed to provide a breakdown of how these figures have been reached. It’s ludicrous to state that I owe him over £2300 when the monthly rent was £700 and he stayed for 6 months and had a £1000 deposit. Even if you disregard the outstanding bills / damages due he is claiming he overpaid by 50% I.e. effectively his rent, after refunding him his deposit, was £150 per month. This doesn’t fit with current London rental rates. I hope this will demonstrate the absurdity of this claim. 
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I'm starting a thread of useful contacts to have when having a dispute at work, please add any organisations/webpages which offer impartial advice on employment law.

 

Acas (Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service)

Acas - Home

08457 474 747

 

 

Citizens Advice Bureau (England and Wales)

Citizens Advice corporate website - Home

Citizens Advice Scotland

The website of the Citizens Advice Bureau Service in Scotland


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The Disability Rights Commission

Home - The DRC

(links to Welsh and Scottish advice are at the bottom of the home page)

 

DirectGov

Employees : Directgov - Employment

general information on employment

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Any posts submitted here on the Consumer Action Group under the user name GlasweJen may not necessarily be the view of the poster, CAG or indeed any normal person.

 

I've become addicted to green blobs (I have 2 now) so feel free to tip my scales if I ever make sense.;-)

 

 

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Try the Employment Tribunals own website too.

 

Under 'Procedures' there is a list of the jurisdiction they can rule on which is a good pointer to see if you feel you have a claim. Very handy.

 

Also, I always refer people to their home insurance policies as employment disputes are usually covered too. Could also be included with car insurance policies, the AA membership etc.

 

All too often overlooked, or not even realised, and it may have been paid for already which makes professional help free in a way.

 

And, usually, you can phone straight away and get some answers from a lawyer.

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Hi Jen,

 

my Trade Unions website is packed with useful info; Home

 

Regards,

 

Paul

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Not sure if its been mentioned before, but a really good book about preparation for an Employment Tribunal is

"Employment Tribunal Claims: Tactics and Precedents" by Naomi Cunningham and Michael Reed.

If you look it up on the internet Chapter1 can be read free, plus there is a very helpful on-going blog.

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Excellent website from the TUC

 

home - from workSMART.org.uk

 

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New ACAS booklet on workplace respresentation

 

http://www.acas.org.uk/index.aspx?articleid=760

 

 

Che

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Please also find Unite The Union, they have experts in Equality and were part of the main framework in getting it passed through parliment and onto the statute books.

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