Asked by jewel678
on 07-08-2018 13:39:59
Question posted in the General Law
category relating to Gauteng
Question value: R 0.00
I have a permanent job but this is about my second part time job for about 6 years now, typing reports what was supposed to be on a daily basis, but which has dwindled to on as they come in basis, earing between R1500 to what could be R4000 a month. But on AUgust 2nd I just got letter from the part time job owner out the blue ending this job, saying due to restructuring, your services aren't needed any longer. What about a months notice period? What about UIF and leave benefits. I dont want to send a letter to them if I don't have a leg to stand on. They didn't take tax off as I don't think I made enough for that, and yet I was "on their books" because i got IRP5 slips. Is it something to pursue or just let slide?
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