Asked by Jaco on 07-08-2020 12:40:35
Question posted in the General Law category relating to Gauteng
Good afternoon. Hope you well. I would like too ask your help regarding my salary payment. We should of been payed on Tuesday 4th and its now Friday and they keep promising that it will be paid everyday, but nothing happens. Is there any advice you can give on what to do to get my salary? I also cant work because I cant afford the fuel money. Also they prevent me to go to any superior above my manager as they say she would not listen and send us back too the manager. Something is not right and I truly sit with no funds from today. Any help will be much appreciated. (0782349339).
Answer to the Question
Posted by Att. Patrick on 15-08-2020 20:09:22
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You can file a complaint with the CCMA for an unfair labour practice where you can claim any arrear salary.
You could also claim under UIF.
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