drive off vs dream off help Petrol station!?
I need a little advice and help on a situation.
I currently work in a petrol station and I have had a situation where a drive off has happened.
My manager is stating that because I was on the till at the time I have to pay for the fuel that the customer did not pay for, is this legal? As it’s not in the company drive off/dream off policy? I’m super confused and I am trying to fight this with my manager as I don’t want to pay money out of my hard earned wages for a mistake a customer made! Any help appreciated.
- MaxiLv 72 months ago
UK: Unless you have signed a contract that states your employer can make deductions from your wages then the employer can't deduct https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/petrol-stati... Your employer should have number plate recognition CCTV, a policy of reporting the theft .... speak to ACAS ( doesn't cost you)