Unpaid Wages

You are entitled to be paid in accordance with your agreed terms of remuneration (normally contained in a written contract of employment) and you are also entitled not to have monies deducted from your wages unlawfully.

If you do not receive your contractual wages, or you do suffer a deduction which you believe is unlawful, then you should contact us at the earliest opportunity to discuss how you can proceed with a claim to the Employment Tribunal.

An employer is not entitled to withhold monies owed to you, or deduct anything from your salary without your express consent which may be in the form of a clause in your contract of employment, or in some other form before the deduction has taken place.

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