Yes, I paste the test send me by mail:
As you are aware you breached your contract of employment and left without notice on 23rd October 2015 causing considerable disruption as a result of your breach.
The consequences of your breach which were already advised to you when you tendered your resignation, are detailed in your contract which I summarise below :-
9. PERIOD OF NOTICE
The minimum period of notice required to be given by either party is 6 weeks during the first three months. In the instance of failure to serve contractual notice, the right to receive notice and payment in lieu of notice as well as arrears of pay and holiday entitlement will be forfeit. In addition should you fail to serve your full contractual notice, you will be legally liable to reimburse the company with liquidated damages at a rate of one week’s pay for each complete or partially incomplete week of your notice period which you fail to serve in breach of your contract of employment. This represents the full extent of liquidated damages that will be pursued against you and reflects the cost to the company of an employee’s failure to work during their notice period’
Having tendered your resignation on 23rd October 2015, you failed to complete any of your six week contractual notice period. The consequences to the hotel operation and to the rest of the brigade, as you were fully aware, were absolutely catastrophic.
The financial cost of your breach in accordance with clause 9 is as follows :-
[if !supportLists]· [endif]6 weeks’ notice x £ 355.77 gross weekly salary £ 2,134.62
Your contractual liability that has arisen due to your breach means that you are required to pay Meridian Reading Ltd the sum of £ 2,134.62 by 16th November 2014.
In the event that we do not receive the sum of £ 2,134.62 by 16th November 2015, legal proceedings will be issued against yourself and Isabel for her breach, without further notice. Should you settle your liability the equivalent claim against Isabel in the sum of £ 2,307.69 will be waived and no further action will be taken against Isabel for her breach.
I trust this will not be necessary and await confirmation that your payment has been made by 16th November 2015. I attach bank account details to enable the payment to be made."
Off course not, they have a brigade plenty of chefs and I was working with another breakfast chef so I think the service was covered. Anyway I am worried about the consequences of a legal procedure and the cost.
What do you recomended me?
So your recommendation is not answer the mail and waiting to see if the company take legal actions against me?
thanks in advance, I am so worried about this.