Hello My son is due to leave his employment at the end of August this is a 'mutual decision' however I want to be sure that he leaves with whatever he is legally entitled to. The reason I ask is historically I do not trust his employer to get things right! Firstly in the 4 years he's worked there he has never seen, signed or been provided with a written contract of employment despite asking on numerous occasions. For the 4 years he hasn't received all his P60's including this last years and he only gets the odd payslip here and there. Secondly the reason he is leaving is because he asked his boss whether he could have his pay increased to the min wage for 21 year old or cut his hours to bring the pay up in effect but his boss refused to do either so therefore he has decided to leave, his boss agreed. His boss then told him he will let him leave once he has found a replacement which he now has so August end is when he will leave. So really my question is multiple, is he entitled to see and have a copy of his contract? (if it even exists), will his leaving be classed as a sacking even though there has been no misconduct? or a redundancy even though the job has been refilled? And would he be able to claim his rightful hourly rate since he turned 21 last autumn. Any advice would be great, I understand it may not be possible as I find it bit of an odd situation.