Good morningHope all is well. I need som...

Asked by willieb on 29-03-2022 10:58:15
Question posted in the General Law category relating to Gauteng

Good morning

Hope all is well. I need some advice please. I started working for a company in PTA on the 31st of January this year and ended the relationship on the 17th of March. In this time I have not received any contract or pay slip even after requesting this on a continuous basis. Now the employer is threatening me with not paying me due to not doing a handover of tasks which in turn was not done with me when I started. Is this legal? What are my options in this matter?

Best Regards 

Willie Boshoff

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Answer to the Question

Posted by Att. Patrick on 03-04-2022 23:16:01

Hi there,

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No, the employer is required to pay you your salary if you did the work. What you can do is to sue the company in the small claims court or the magistrates court. Otherwise, why don't you do the handover and then get paid.

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