What steps can I take against an ex empl...

Asked by CH on 08-03-2021 14:22:45
Question posted in the General Law category relating to Gauteng

What steps can I take against an ex employer who received an arbitration award in July 2019 and in September 2019 decided to liquidate one of the companies without advising me and then got their hr consulting company 'law emporium' director to call me and give me the news on 06 August 2020. What do I do. The company director has been evasive and in my opinion has not been transparent in any aspect of business. The consulting company director also verbally harassed me, when I mentioned that I was employed by both entities and the assets were not split at the time of my employment. Please advise. I don't have the means to take them to court as I am basically unemployed and only do voluntary work as a typist these days. I have been unable to find work since being summary dismissed in December 2018.

Answer to the Question

Posted by Att. Patrick on 10-03-2021 15:49:04

Hi there,

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You would need to submit a claim with the liquidator of the company, and use the arbitration award as your supporting document.

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