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    I worked 2 shifts at pizza hut before leaving, around the 15th to 20th of august, and they are still yet to pay me. I have been nagging them for weeks and they say they pay twice a month on each friday and I have yet to be paid. Is there anyway I can complain to someone higher up? I'm at university now and I can't go in and urge them i'm stuck in this position. When I was working they gave me 2 shifts and after those shifts they never called me again to work, so I assumed they didn't want me.
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    (Original post by kingLAWZA)
    I worked 2 shifts at pizza hut before leaving, around the 15th to 20th of august, and they are still yet to pay me. I have been nagging them for weeks and they say they pay twice a month on each friday and I have yet to be paid. Is there anyway I can complain to someone higher up? I'm at university now and I can't go in and urge them i'm stuck in this position. When I was working they gave me 2 shifts and after those shifts they never called me again to work, so I assumed they didn't want me.
    Call customer service number on their website and that will take you to the offices and put in a formal complaint
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    Contact ACAS for free and professional advice on employment issues.

    Also my uni has a law centre where the students take on employment cases and fight them for you, I'd be suprised if your uni wouldnt help you with this.

    Sometimes sending a polite letter that says "I have contacted ACAS regarding this issue and they have advised me to engage in a formal tribuneral" does the trick.
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    (Original post by r4dly)
    Contact ACAS for free and professional advice on employment issues.

    Also my uni has a law centre where the students take on employment cases and fight them for you, I'd be suprised if your uni wouldnt help you with this.

    Sometimes sending a polite letter that says "I have contacted ACAS regarding this issue and they have advised me to engage in a formal tribuneral" does the trick.
    The manager who I just spoke to who arranged these 2 shifts for me literally just said he doesn't remember me. Literally ridiculous, and he said call back on monday so if they don't tell me anything I shall talk about ACAS, thank you.

    I have no idea about how to go about finding this, i'm still lost as i'm a fresher
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    (Original post by SaraSHFB)
    Call customer service number on their website and that will take you to the offices and put in a formal complaint
    Oh really? I thought that was just for customer complaints about service, thanks!
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    (Original post by kingLAWZA)
    The manager who I just spoke to who arranged these 2 shifts for me literally just said he doesn't remember me. Literally ridiculous, and he said call back on monday so if they don't tell me anything I shall talk about ACAS, thank you.

    I have no idea about how to go about finding this, i'm still lost as i'm a fresher
    Which uni are you at?
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    (Original post by r4dly)
    Which uni are you at?
    Exeter
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    (Original post by kingLAWZA)
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    Ah cool, I'm at Plymouth. Here is the link for the legal centre at the uni they'll definetly help you out if you need advice, you don't need to be a student here to use it.

    https://www.plymouth.ac.uk/courses/u...s-centre-swerc

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