Asked by Quinton on 15-10-2023 14:08:05
Question posted in the General Law category relating to Western Cape
Hi I'm currently employed in the Private Security sector.According my company's contract I'm supposed to get paid at the 07th of each month for the latest.I haven't received my salary yet for the month of September 2023.The company is based in Muizenberg, Cape town.Most of the times the payment system is causing headaches.I am getting paid by the 05th but STILL awaiting my salary.I have chatted with the boss on WhatsApp which read my messages but ignored to to reply.He is a very rude,arrogant person that only thinks about himself.The landlord is waiting and getting impatient for her money.Ive also got other debts to pay which results in my name getting badly reflected at the credit bereau.Please what must I do in a situation like this.Must I go to work like normal or what stands me to do coz this is also affecting my family.
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