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Hello, I’m Ben, a UK lawyer and will be dealing with your case today. Firstly, I need to ask some initial questions to determine the legal position.
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Many thanks for your patience. Whilst the employer has a legal duty to issue you with a payslip at or before the time you ae paid, there is nothing stopping them from refusing to do so. This is in the same way as they should legally pay you but they have not done so. If the employer has not issued you with a payslip then your only remedy is to make an application to the Employment Tribunal for a declaration on what should have been included on the payslip. So you may have to end up making this at the same time as the claim for the pay and say that you are requiring the Employment Tribunal to make a declaration first, before considering how much you are entitled to in unpaid wages.
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