Ok thanks. As you had less than 2 years’ service your rights are somewhat limited in a sense that you have no protection against constructive dismissal. This means you cannot challenge them for the fact you were forced to leave your employment with them.
You can however still consider pursuing them for separate elements of what you were promised, and which never materialised.
For example, if you were promised specific equity and pension and these have not materialised, you can certainly consider a claim to pursue them for what you were due and were never paid.
In terms of the late salary that is not a claim in itself. If you were not actually paid any salary when due and that is still outstanding then you can also make a claim for that.
Finally, the expenses - if you incurred expenses which the company was supposed to cover then a claim is also possible to recover these.
So in summary, the way you were treated and being forced to leave is not something you can claim for, but any specific promises which were made about specific payments, which never materialised, then a claim can potentially be made for these, but only for the duration of your employment.
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