So ACAS told me that they will let them know that I accepted the settlement and will prepare a document. This is going to be finished, right?
Once it is settled, and they have paid the money it is done.
Karl, you seem to be on a mission to take lines out of context and expand on them. The conversation was regarding whether the employer can “pursue” the ex-employee (as they have repeatedly indicated) for such nonsense as “contacting the GP” or that they were in some way lying about being sick, because they offered to complete some work from home whilst signed off.
Is it the case that if the employer breaches the terms of the COT3 by not paying, there is no recourse for the ex-employee to take action on that breach? This seems to be your point!
A Tribunal claim is unlikely to affect a new job. How would a new employer find out.
I know it is an absolute disgrace, employees expecting to be treated as human beings and to be given their legal entitlements, and then being afraid that their new employer may find fault in them for a situation that is not of their making. How dare employees act in this way? Small businesses have enough to deal with without having to worry about paying their staff in accordance with the law.^ Enough said. Stop being an awkward flower about everything and just get on with it. Bloody people these days...
I asked about this but they said that due to it being the end of the tax year they'd prefer the last pay slip then if I have it (which I don't have but how are you even to tell them on your first week that you're fighting for your last pay.