Good day on the 03032016 i was at my com...

Asked by theresa on 30-03-2016 15:33:57
Question posted in the General Law category relating to Gauteng
Question value: R 0.00

Good day

on the 03/03/2016 i was at my company i signd a settlement but it shows remuneration / wage - to date
pro rata leave - to date
Funancial settlement - 3500

I did though record the whole conversation with the companies laywer without him knowing
In the recording he saud that my money AND I QUOTE
salary
prorata leave
and 2 weeks notice would be paid in vua eft

i was under the impression that remuneration / wage where ge wrote to date would be my months salry.
also it says on that letter that i would get a service certificate wich to date i still did not get anything only the 3500 rand.. so as i am under debt reveiw they want the letter that states i am no longer employed i am going to lose my car because the company still did not give me my letter of unemployment. In that meeting he sayd i must right a letter that says i feel the relationship between me and the company is scard... I MUST ALSO ADD THAT HE WAS SITTING NEXT TO ME TELLING ME WHAT TO WRITE. I also have that on recording. Please tell me if i can take this further.

Kind regards
theresa

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