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Salary, wages, and pay (including bonuses, holiday pay and notice pay) are fundamental to the employment relationship and the written contract of employment ( if there is one) usually governs the parties rights and obligations in respect of ‘pay’ however there are circumstances where terms can be implied into contracts if, for example, a bonus has consistently been paid in the past it could be said that there is an implied obligation upon the employer to continue to pay a bonus and a failure to pay is potentially a breach of contract. Employees are entitled to be paid their contractual (or statutory) notice period even if the employer does not require them to work during their notice period.
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