I was made redundant on 13/12/2019. Although there are a lot of small details associated with that, I'll not cover those at this time.
I took redundancy because I knew that the company had been struggling for some time and I preferred to get out with a chance of being paid before they potentially went under. I have since found out from Companies House that the company entered a CVA on the 18/12/2019. This was just five days after I ceased to be employed.
Remarkably, I DID get paid all my outstanding monies on the 23/12/2019 and I was able to extract a final pay slip and P45 from the company email system that was inexplicably still available to me remotely on 04/01/2020.
However, I have five month's worth of pension contributions that have been deducted from my salary but not paid over to the pension provider. Where do I go now to ensure these are paid?
The pension provider has been worse than useless. Despite pensions being paid late consistently for almost three years they would only ever advise that they might take action if they remained outstanding for more than four consecutive months. Do I waste my time with them?
Do I approach ACAS with a view to bringing an EAT claim? Do I contact the CVA supervisor bearing in mind I stopped working for the company before the CVA was ratified or do I go straight to small claims? Indeed, are any of these options viable now the CVA has been approved?
Any advice will be greatly appreciated.