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Attempt to withhold 75% of notice pay

PDA case study. Pseudonyms are used instead of real names.

Mon 26th July 2021 The PDA

Following the experience of their probationary period, “Shaz” agreed with the employer that they would leave. However, the GP Practice employer tried to only pay a single week of notice.

The PDA advised member Shaz of her contractual rights and assisted her with a wrongful dismissal claim.

Shaz received the full month notice to which she was entitled.


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