The company I work for laid off a few out-of-hours customer service employees and gave me their work between the hours of 6am and 8am, and 6pm to 10pm, my work hours rotate weekly from 6am to 2pm one week, and 2pm to 10pm the next week. I raised a grievance through my manager because I was never consulted about this additional work, I also don't work in the customer service department of my company.
The grievance won and I was set to be given additional money as payment for this cover work, the amount was agreed at £83.33 a month however my contract states £83,33 and is signed by myself and my company at £83,33. I know different countries use different decimal separators and as such £83,33 doesn't exist, it should either be £8,333 or £83.33. Is there a possibility I am entitled to £8,333? or would it just be seen as an error with the comma being where a decimal point should be?