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Can an employee be made to pay back training costs when resigning from the company?

"I did not ask to join this training course and was told I had to do it for my job, however is not considered mandatory training in the appendix" If you have to do it, then it's mandatory. ...
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Can an employee be made to pay back training costs when resigning from the company?

Short answer: Can they do this? Yes. Longer answer: So there is a lot of nuance here - DJClayworth has written a great answer specific to your situation, but I want to address the wider question. In ...
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Not paid agreed money for training after quitting position

I was employed [...] There is not a written contract Honestly, the biggest thing you should take from this is a lesson: get it in writing; no reputable company in the UK "employs" people ...
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Can an employee be made to pay back training costs when resigning from the company?

First, they have to pay your salary. If they think you owe them money, they can ask you for it, or sue you for it, but they can't just reduce your salary. Second, it will make a big difference whether ...
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My new coworker may become my boss, and he is terrible

In a midsize to large company, it is often possible to interview for other assignments within the company. The closer the new position is to your current position on the management tree, the easier ...
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