No. When I sent a reminder to the member of senior management who acted as my point of contact I was told it "had been forwarded to the CEO" and she was sure it would be settled "promptly". Given it was first sent and acknowledged on 13th May I want to escalate my response to sever ties with the organisation. This is particularly pressing as I am aware that the locum agency who have supplied three psychologists plus two of the locums are about to make a formal complaint to the chair of trustees. I fear that this is also going to result in the CEO getting in the way of me receiving a reference from my clinical supervisor. She is the most appropriate person to provide this as is from the same discipline as myself and is happy to do this but now my ex manager is stating that any request for a reference must come through the organisation where I was employed rather than direct to my supervisor who is external. The CEO is the person who holds my personnel file. There are no issues which he can raise about my practice, attendance etc but unfortunately I fear it is a power and control dynamic again which is particularly concerning given it was a charity which worked specifically with domestic violence. There is no question that the work which I am asking for payment was done.