If your employer has not paid you the wages you expect or made a deduction from your wages, this guide shows you how to write a grievance about unauthorised deductions from your wages. Under the law, it is an implied term of your employment contract that your employer will pay your wages. In return, you must be ready and willing to perform all of your obligations under the employment contract. Generally, it does not matter whether there is any work for you to do. You are still entitled to pay if you are unable to work through no fault of your own.
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