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Hello, my name is XXXXX XXXXX it is my pleasure to assist you with your question today. Have they provided any reasons for this error? Have they said they are looking into this or have they refused to accept they are in the wrong?
They are keep asking me to send my documents over and over again
Do you have written evidence of the original offer?
I have all the emails from the interview
Does the contract have a notice period for termination?
I can not see anything about it. It says only my appointment is subjected to a satisfactory CRB disclosure only
The probation period is 3 months
one week notice has to be given from both side
You will have certain rights although overall your employment rights will be limited due t the fact you do not have 2 years’ service with the employer and under law that means you are not protected to the same extent as those with the required service.
First of all, if you were given a formal offer of employment with a specific salary and you relied on the terms you were provided with to accept the offer, you and the employer would be bound by these terms. In your case, you would be able to approach the employer and state that you had a legally binding contract in place when you accepted the offer of employment and that the pay promised at the start would apply. Therefore, the employer’s failure to pay you that amount would potentially amount to a breach of contract.
The issue is that as mentioned you are not protected against unfair dismissal and f the employer finds that you are becoming a nuisance for them, they can legally terminate your employment, even if it is because you have brought up the pay issue, and you won’ be able to challenge it. As you have no contractual clause for termination, they can dismiss you with just a week’s notice. Your only claim in that case is that you should be paid for the time you worked with them at the higher rate which you were promised, although if you only worked there for a few weeks, that would not be much higher.
So you have rights to challenge the pay issue but be careful as it could be at the expense of you losing the job as a whole.
What about the delay of the process?
actually they are asking me all the starter forms again what I have sent already several times
you were nt given a specific start date at the start though were you?
no, it was ASAP, that's why I completed all the documents within days
I could start by 10/03/14
ok without a guaranteed start date, you won't really be able to claim anything about the delay - ASAP does not mean guaranteed start date
ok than. thank you for your time.
you are most welcome, all the best
I can not rate you for some reasons.
yes sorry it's a bug we have at present you can just type the rating instead and we will process it, many thanks
Noted, many thanks