Non Payment Of Wages UK

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Non Payment Of Wages UK
Are you worried that you may have been the unfortunate victim of non payment of wages by your employer and would you like to speak to a highly skilled and understanding expert about the possibility of making a claim against your employer that an employment tribunal in the hopes of receiving the maximum amount of compensation that you justly deserve, based on your individual circumstances, wherever you live or work in the UK? Please get in touch with the understanding and dedicated experts at today so that we can begin investigating a potential claim against your employer.

If your employer has not given new your correct wages, and has not notified you of this. The proper consent then this can leave you feeling worried and stressed that situation. It is understandable that you may be worried about the financial implications of this if you rely on your monthly wage, that you may be worried are upset that your employer has treated you in this unfair way.

There are guidelines in place with regards to being paid by your employer, and it is important that your employer follows these guidelines and is not deduct wages from you, or not pay you without following the proper procedures, and doing it for the correct reasons.

So if you do feel that you have suffered as a result of non payment of wages by your employer and would like to speak to a team of highly dedicated and understanding experts about the possibility of bringing a claim against your employer for non payment of wages in the hopes of being able to take them to an employment tribunal in the UK and receive the maximum amount of compensation available to you with regards your individual circumstances and please do not hesitate in getting in touch with the highly skilled and conscientious experts at so that we can begin to investigate your potential case for you and advise you on the best course of action view to take.

“The law protects individuals from having unauthorised deductions made from their wages, including complete non-payment. This protection applies both to employees and to some self-employed workers.

There are extra protections for individuals in retail work that make it illegal for an employer to deduct more than 10 per cent from the gross amount of any payment of wages (except the final payment on termination of employment) if the deduction is made because of cash shortages or stock deficiencies.

Workers who believe they have suffered an unlawful deduction from wages should take it up with their manager and/or HR/payroll department. If this doesn’t resolve the matter, recourse may be made to formal internal procedures. Only if all else fails should a complaint to an employment tribunal be considered.” ACAS

So if you would like to speak to one of our experts about the possibility of making a claim against your employer for non-payment of wages please contact on our free phone number, wherever you live in the UK.