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If you are being treated unfairly in the workplace, there are a number of steps you can take in order to protect your rights: Document The Unfair Treatment. ... Report The Unfair Treatment. ... Stay Away From Social Media. ... Take Care Of Yourself. ... Contact An Experienced Lawyer.
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Report a complaint to the nearest Labour Centre (Department of Labour). This option is available to employees who earn less than the BCEA salary threshold of R211 596.30 per year or R17 634 per month. The Department will appoint an inspector to investigate the complaint.
Claims for unpaid wages or unauthorised deductions are subject to a time limit of three months minus one day. This time limit starts from the date on which your employer should have paid the money to you.
Examples include: Refusing to process a grievance because an employee is not a union member. Threatening an employee for filing a ULP charge. Refusing to negotiate in good faith with an agency. Calling, participating in, or supporting a strike, work stoppage, or slowdown.
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You must file claims for violations of minimum wage, overtime, illegal deductions from pay or unpaid reimbursements within three years. You must file claims based on an oral promise to pay more than minimum wage within two years. You must file claims based on a written contract within four years.
Some of the most common examples of unfair treatment at work include: Spreading false rumors about coworkers. Neglecting a promotion or pay raise due to a race, gender, or other non-work-specific trait. Sending offensive emails or texts regarding an employee.
From today, 1 July 2015, employees will only be able to present claims for a series of unpaid wages going back a maximum of 2 years from the date of complaint.
New York law (New York Labor Laws, § 191) on final paychecks says that an employer must pay all unpaid wages no later than the regular payday for the period when the employee was fired.
The new hotline to report potential wage theft cases is 833-910-4378. New York over the last several months has recovered more than $3 million in lost or stolen wages covering 265 workers in recent months.

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