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Leave Payout on ResignationLeave Payout on Resignation

Labor »Posted 18 Feb 2019

legal question Good Day

Hope you are well

I would like some advise on Leave Pay on resignation and hope you can please assist me
After 22 years I have resigned from my company with 20 annual leave days due to me.
I worked a full 6 weeks notice period despite only having to work 4 weeks

Currently I receive the below paid for by my employer: and as per my contract-
* Monthly Salary
* Car Allowance
* Petrol (variable)
* Car Insurance
* Medical Aid
* Provident Fund
* 13th Cheque
* Annual Performance Bonus

According to my understanding my total cost to company must be used when calculating leave (all the above)

(The Minister of Labour issued a determination in Government Notice 691 dated 23rd May2003,. This determination became effective on the 1st July 2003 and was made in accordance with section 35(5) of the BCEA)

The company is refusing to add my insurance; medical aid and provident fund to the calculation.
Am I correct is saying this should be included?

How do I proceed with this complaint?

Your assistance in this matter would be greatly appreciated

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