A cleaner claims hotel bosses owe her more than £6000 after she was booted from her job.
Linsey Manson won her employment tribunal against the former management at Ayr’s Station Hotel earlier this year.
But she says they’ve held on to her cash and refused to pay out.
And she insists her unfair dismissal has been swept under the carpet.
Linsey, 49, claimed: “I turned up at work one day to be told that I no longer had a job.
“There was no reason given and I didn’t even get my P45 slip.
“I’d been working at the hotel for about 18 months, mostly as a chambermaid, but also in the restaurant.
“I was aware the hotel had been having problems with things like the electrics being turned off last year.
“But what happened to me was a total shock and I filed for unfair dismissal.”
The management company which owned the business, Station Hotel (Ayr) Limited, went into liquidation in February this year.
However, the Station Hotel continues to trade after it was taken over by a new company, Millennium Properties.
But Linsey, of Ayr, claims the old company has failed to honour the court’s ruling, which was made in April, that she’s due more than £6000.
She added: “I haven’t heard a word from them since the day I was sacked.
“It’s not even about the money any more, it’s the fact they’re ignoring the court orders and getting away with it.”
Salahuddin Yaakob, a director of the liquidated Station Hotel (Ayr) Limited, insisted Ms Manson had been “treated well” in her time as an employee.
He added: “The process is ongoing for claims and any monies owed.”