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In the absence of a contract of employment, legally you would only be required to give a week’s notice anyway. The week’s notice does not mean you have to be available to work for that whole period, it can include pre-booked holidays. So yes, you are able to give them a week’s notice tomorrow and you would be expected to go back in next Monday for 3 days if they want you to.
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If you were paid for July then you will of course only be paid up until the last date your employment ends. If parts of these days are holidays and you took more holidays than you had accrued, you would not be paid for these days. If you were genuinely not entitled to SSP and were paid these days in error then that is an overpayment which they can legally deduct from your pay too so they can take these two days off. A verbal contract is as legally binding as a written one so if there was a guarantee that you will get a pay rise, then this should indeed be implemented and backdated to the date on which it was supposed to apply from. Hope this clarifies?
yes he should
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It does not appear you are on a subscription so it will just be a one off payment for the whole discussion today. if you need further advice in the future, you will have to post as a new quesiton unfortunately but you can post it for my attention and I will be able to see our history.
it depends on what you need. If you are just coming back to update me or ask a quick follow up quesiton then no you would not have to. But if you need further more detailed advice on what to do next then yes you would
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