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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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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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2 notice periods in my contract - redundancy query

Under UK law, it is permitted to have different notice periods for the employer and the employee. I could not find anything that dictates that the notice period of the employer must be at least as ...
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What are my rights if an old employer claims they overpaid my pension contributions and is demanding repayment?

Top level is that if you were not supposed to get this money, you will have to return it. This has nothing to do with ethics either, it's same as if employer were to overpay you by accident - the ...
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How can I politely say that I am not doing extra work after back to the office policies?

Here's an approach. You have X tasks do work in, and Y hours per day to do them in. Your Y hours needs to be a hard boundary. Don't stay late. Go home and be at your leisure when it's time to go. ...
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