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    Okay guys,
    Bascially, my boss is refusing to pay me £165 holiday pay which is outstanding from last year.
    What do i do? Obvs he needs to pay me it, its my money and im legally entitled to it, but he keeps saying he isnt going to pay me!! Im not really good at arguments or legal stuff.
    Its really getting me stressed and down.
    Help?!?!?
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    When did you ask for it? Because a lot of companies follow a "don't ask, don't get" rule and it just vanishes at the end of the financial year (ie. March 31st) so if you've asked after then you may have lost it I'm afraid. If not, you should be legally entitled to it.
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    Depends on your contract. Where I work if you don't take it, you don't get it and it's NOT carried over.
 
 
 
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