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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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    Tell him you'll take him to the small claims court, the idiot.
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    Are you sure that you took the right amount of holiday days? Threaten him with legal action if he doesn't pay you.
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    (Original post by Katiechops)
    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?!?!?
    Not my opinion but a fact. You are entiltled to 12.07% of all hours worked as holiday pay.

    If he is refusing to pay holiday pay, then you take him to a tribunal. He will either pay up, or lose. It's easy and free.

    Some may tell you that as it's last year, your time is up. Not so. In fact, you can't not take all your statutory holiday in a year. Your employer must insist that you take it.
 
 
 
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