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Tom Draper

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7 Responses

  1. Anna
    Anna at | | Reply

    Does this still apply if a contract was provided at the outset but the role has changed since and no updated contract or job description has been provided?

    1. Tom Draper
      Tom Draper at | | Reply

      Hi Anna, Thank you for commenting on my blog. As you have asked a specific question I have answered it separately by email. Regards, Tom.

  2. Chris McAllister
    Chris McAllister at | | Reply

    Tomorrow I was not provided with a contract of employment or statement of terms and conditions of employment. I worked for a firm of solicitors and was only there for two months. Can I bring a claim against them for anything else alongside the failure to provide a statement of terms and conditions?
    Ch6

  3. Paul bettaney
    Paul bettaney at | | Reply

    I along with all engineering department has been working a different shift pattern for over a year. without any amendment/s to a written statement. I emailed head of HR giving 7 days to reply with no response. The email also included a query about pay as our payslips only say basic pay, without anything itemised. We do 42 basic hours with a top up of 3 per week which are classed as bank and are owed. None of which is in writing btw. After months of asking for and being promised updates and something in black and white with nothing given at any point. I have stuck to my point of view for completing such shifts all this time. For not completing them I was summoned without prior notice to explain how this money I owe will be paid back?

    Sorry for such a long post. If you could help at all it would be greatly appreciated.

    Many thanks paul

  4. Paul bettaney
    Paul bettaney at | | Reply

    I along with all engineering department has been working a different shift pattern for over a year. without any amendment/s to a written statement. I emailed head of HR giving 7 days to reply with no response. The email also included a query about pay as our payslips only say basic pay, without anything itemised. We do 42 basic hours with a top up of 3 per week which are classed as bank and are owed. None of which is in writing btw. After months of asking for and being promised updates and something in black and white with nothing given at any point. I have stuck to my point of view for completing such shifts all this time. For not completing them I was summoned without prior notice to explain how this money I owe will be paid back?

    Sorry for such a long post. If you could help at all it would be greatly appreciated greatly.

    Many thanks paul

  5. Deepak Sharma
    Deepak Sharma at | | Reply

    Hi,
    I received an offer letter which states my salary and I have started working but it has been already more than one month I haven’t received my offer of contract. Can you advise?

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