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Incorrect last salary

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by dapet, Dec 5, 2019.

  1. dapet

    Associate

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    Hi sorry didn’t know where my thread put so trying to general.
    Just have a question about my last salary. It doesn’t seems correct to me. I suppose to get paid for 10days of holiday(8h each) and 42h of work. 122h all together. On my payslip is only 102h.
    Other thing is that I have a contract for 9£/h(service charge included) but on the payslip is only £8.21.
    I think that it supposed to be about £200-£300 more.
    I have no explanation and my exboss didn’t reply for my email and text. What should I do? Thank you
     
  2. snips86x

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    Location: Close to Swindon, but not Swindon

    Call HR and ask them?
     
  3. NoobCannon

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    Why not join a random computer forum and ask a load of strangers?

    however the real question is, were you a top
    Revenue earner and can now buy a gucci belt?
     
  4. Malevolence

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    Wouldn't that make it a wage rather than a salary?
     
  5. wedrum

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    £300 would fetch you a corner sofa
     
  6. BUDFORCE

    Wise Guy

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    Possibly, not if you want something good quality that will last IMO.
     
  7. mrbell1984

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    You should post on a random computer forum and ask some geeks on how to resolve this situation...

    oh wait...
     
  8. Kermit

    Wise Guy

    Joined: Oct 27, 2002

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    Location: UK

    Sounds like you worked in a restaurant, was it a chain or single establishment?

    Eitherway, if your sure your entitled to 10 days holiday pay try calling the boss rather than text or email and see if you can 'nicely' get him to agree it was incorrect. If that doesn't work, perhaps turn up one evening when the place is busy and start asking loudly about being underpaid.

    Failing that, poo through his letterbox
     
  9. chaparral

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    Maybe it was a Black Friday deal so they took 20 hours pay off for you ...:p
     
  10. Tony Edwards

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    I take it this is a job/company you have left.

    Im afraid citizen advice bureau would possibly be your best bet. Posting in general forums on OCUK is not going to get you a good response as you can see.
     
  11. [FnG]magnolia

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    OP definitely has a wall-mounted TV.
     
  12. wedrum

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    Location: Cheshire

    Above the fireplace?
     
  13. builder22

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    this is the result of having a sun forum called General Discussion I suppose!
     
  14. flea.rider

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    the question is why where you let go ? was it a 0 day contract .. did you have any hol pay .. was it full time ?
    where you there for more than 9 months ?
    if not suck it up .. move on
     
  15. Tony Edwards

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    Its more Daily Mail than Sun most of the times surely?
     
  16. moon man

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    Location: St Breward Cornwall

    im guessing the less hours is pro rata to the full years holiday entitlement ,ive also worked in places where the holl pay is less than the normal pay ,im with an agency at the moment (was made redundant but dont want 9 to 5 over 5 days) and we get an average of the last 12 weeks pay)
     
  17. Efour

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    Location: Norrbotten, Sweden.

    Keep raising voltage until sometime he answers the phone but don't go above 1.38v

    You will need good cooling so don't use a stock telephone.

    Stand somewhere windy and cold, the artic circle for example. A cold shower could also work but it comes with its own challenges.

    Good luck.
     
  18. randomshenans

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    This is of course the correct answer.
     
  19. Fubsy

    Sgarrista

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    Location: Berkshire

    You clearly weren't the top revenue earner.

    Do not pass go, do not collect your Gucci belt, go straight to jail.