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I was recently suspended on full pay but they only paid me the basic salary at 37.5hr a we

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I was recently suspended on full pay but they only paid me the basic salary at 37.5hr a week over a period of 13 weeks whilst they carried out there investigation, as I understand it my pay should have been calculated at average earnings according to there disciplinary and polices and procedures.
Hello my name is ***** ***** I am happy to help you today.
How long have you worked there for and how long were you suspended for? Has the disciplinary matter now concluded?
Customer: replied 2 years ago.

Worked there for 1 year 3 months, I was suspended for 13 weeks, yes the matter has been concluded got verbal warning

Please can you tell me how your pay is made up? Is it basic pay plus commission?
Customer: replied 2 years ago.

Guaranteed weekly hours 37.5 per week

Guaranteed daily hours 7.5 per day

Shift length in normal circumstances drivers will not be scheduled to exceed a shift length above 13 hours

Average shift length is between 10 - 13 hour

In accordance with your contract they are in breach of contract if they fail to pay the average amount and you can claim in the Employment Tribunal for your losses on the basis that it amounts to an unlawful deduction from wages.
You first need to instigate ACAS early claim conciliation and if that is not successful you can raise a claim.
The employer cannot take action against you for raising a claim of this nature.
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