Employment Lawyers Can Answer Your Employment Law Questions
No problem I will be back online this evening, what is it you would like to know about the job?
So what they wanna is the date which you started work so that they can see it ties in correctly with the date you are claiming up to. Putting you to proof to show you have mitigated your losses. So you are going to have to send them proof that you had been seeking employment during the year you are claiming for. So you can do this by sending confirmations of applications to jobs and letter you have received from prospective employers saying that you were not successful in securing the job with them. You will want to supply as much as you can for the period you are claiming for. Does this answer your question?
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No what they are asking for is the date you started work so they know the calculation is correct. They will only be asking for information about you anew employment if you are earning less and claiming for this difference also. Does that make sense to you.
Proof on his mitigation is what I explained, you want to show that you were doing what you can in order to get another job. If they want proof you started a new job. You can ask someone at your work just to give you a letter stating when you started work, or you can show them your contract with the start date on it.
Does that answer your question?
Because the want to know what date you started your new job and you have to prove that so they know what dates the claim is for. This is not unusual. So if you are claiming up to say 1st June, then you will have to show that you stated work on the 1st June.
No it does not unless you request it.
Only if this is requested and/or orders by the judge.
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