Heather Burns v Peacehaven Care Services Limited Posted in: Case Law
Case Reference1246/16 & 1471/16
Legal BodyNI Industrial/Employment Tribunal
Type of Claim / JurisdictionContracts of Employment, Pay and Conditions of Employment
The claimant was employed by the respondent as a domiciliary care assistant. Her contract of employment required her to give four weeks’ notice but she left without giving any and claimed for unpaid holiday and sick pay. She also claimed that she was not provided with written terms and conditions of employment. The respondent sought compensation for breach of contract and the tribunal office notified both parties that this was being treated as a ‘counterclaim’. In the
In the interim the claimant’s representative wrote to the respondent acknowledging payment of the holiday and sick pay and was
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