Miss Neeson sought industrial tribunal advice in London after her employer tried to cut her wages upon her return from maternity leave.

 In Stress At Work - Case Study

As a PA to an accountant Miss Neeson had been a loyal part of her boss’s team for 3 and a half years. He had even attended her wedding and the christening of her new baby.

When Miss Neeson decided to return to work her employer demanded to see a copy of her tax credits certificate as she was now entitled to claim tax credits after the birth of her baby. She showed it to him not knowing why and was horrified with the result of doing so:

?When my boss saw the amount of tax credits I was receiving he told me he would be deducting that amount from my annual wage. I was in complete disbelief. I was sure that this was not legal so I decided to get industrial tribunal advice in London from Oakwood Solicitors.?

Miss Neeson was right to seek advice as her boss had no right to deduct money from her contracted pay based on the act she received tax credits. Miss Neeson was delighted with the result.

If you have experienced similar then seek industrial tribunal advice from a London Oakwood solicitor today. Call 0844 499 9302.

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