I asked for NMW and I was fired…


If your employer dismisses you for particular reasons related to the NMW, the dismissal will be automatically unfair and you can complain to an Employment Tribunal. The reasons are:

  • that you took, or said you would take, any action to get what is due to you under the National Minimum Wage Act
  • that your employer was prosecuted as a result
  • that you qualify, or will or might qualify, for the NMW

You can also complain to a Tribunal if you believe your employer is victimising you in some other way, short of dismissal, for those reasons.

via Help getting paid the National Minimum Wage : Directgov – Employment.

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