Back Pay


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Back Pay

Wages and salary a company is required to pay from a previous pay period but has not. Back pay may arise if a company is having cash flow problems, or if the company is insolvent. Non-payment of back pay can result in a lawsuit.
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If female staff get less, their pay urgently needs raising and their back pay addressed.
An agreement has been reached to avoid a tribunal hearing, with some drivers receiving almost PS20,000 in back pay, said the GMB.
During this temporary pause, the government will develop a new enforcement scheme for the sector to encourage and support social care providers to identify back pay owed to their staff.
Today's naming round identifies a record PS2 million of back pay for workers and sends the clear message to employers that the Government will come down hard on those who break the law.
The SPA say it is not viable to reinstate her after so long or to give 10 years' back pay because she would have lost her old job in 2011 during restructuring.
Unite said workers employed by Sports Direct and the employment agency The Best Connection will start receiving back pay in full by the end of this month.
Unison now plan to lodge claims with the employment tribunal seeking five years' back pay for members.
The Association took action in the Chief Industrial Magistrates Court to recover back pay owed from October 2006 to March 2012.
But if Congress does authorize back pay once the political impasse is settled, furloughed federal workers will be able to keep at least some of the unemployment they collected from the state during the furlough.
Federal workers have received back pay in previous shutdowns, even as they're left with unscheduled days off.
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According to the plaintiffs' lawyers, the plaintiffs are seeking tens of millions of dollars in back pay and other compensation.