Things are not going well. I wrote to them on 21.8.14 advising that
this was unlawful, heard nothing back, so wrote again on 5 September advising I would take County court proceedings to recoup my monies,
if I did not hear back within 7 days.
They have now written to say they too have sought legal advice and
"as you were not expected or required to work during your "job shadowing" period, the deduction is lawful!!!
Also, "should you fail to make payment to us of the outstanding amount of £29.93 within 7 days, we will initiate legal proceedings against you."
Can they do this to me? My offer letter states "If you leave within the probationary period, you will not be paid for (or will be liable to have deductions made from you final salary equivalent to) your job
This is an offer letter, not a Contract of Employment, in which they also state, would be provided within 2 months of the date 07.05.14. Clearly, I did not receive this contract. Is a letter of appointment legally binding?