The Partners of Haxby Practice v Collen [2012] UKEAT /0120/12/DM

Posted In: Case Law
  • Legal Body
    Employment Appeal Tribunal (UKEAT)
  • Type of Claim / Jurisdiction
Issues covered: Bias; Duty to provide reasons; Oral contracts

The claimant underwent the selection process for a position and was offered a contract with employment by the respondent over the telephone. The claimant was told at this point that the salary was £22,427. This verbal offer was followed with a written offer, which set out detail of the start date and salary yet this information was incorrect. The salary on the letter was the greater sum of £30,762. The claimant enquired into the detail of the start date but did not mention the salary. Upon starting her job with the firm the claimant was informed that the salary on the letter had been an error and the salary actual was £22,427, the original sum offered. Both

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This article is correct at 07/12/2012

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