Hello my name is ***** ***** I am happy to help you day. How did you give your notice?
Ok were there any witnesses to this?
Ok the difficulty you may have is evidential as it may come down to your word against theirs if there is no written proof that you gave your notice. I take your point about the contractual retirement provision but it is now unlawful for an employer to require an employee to retire on a particular date. You write to them to say that if they do not pay you the money due to you you will have no alternative but to bring a claim for unlawful deduction from wages and for breach of the Working Time Regulations in respect of the annual leave. Hopefully they will then pay you as they should. If they do not then you will have to bring a claim and whether you will succeed will depend on which version of events the tribunal prefers and whether your employer is prepared to lie on oath.
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No they do not.
If they do so you can contact the police..
none, if you made your intention clear to your employer then you should have been allowed to do so.
No problem, hopefully your employer will now see sense. Please remember to take the time to rate my answer and do come back to me in the future if you need to.