Abrahall & Ors v Nottingham City Council & Anor [2018]

Posted In: Case Law
  • Case Reference
    EWCA Civ 796
  • Legal Body
    England and Wales Court of Appeal (EWCA)
  • Type of Claim / Jurisdiction
    Contracts of Employment, Collective and Trade Union Issues, Pay and Conditions of Employment
Issues covered: Freeze in Pay; Variation of Contractual Terms; Collective Grievance; Unlawful Deductions; Inference of Acceptance

This case concerns the variation of contractual terms and whether, by continuing to work, the claimants accepted the changes imposed, namely a two-year freeze on their pay.

The Court of Appeal was posed with the question of whether there was a contractual right to incremental pay progression; and whether the employees were deemed to have accepted the variation of their contracts by continuing to work without protest under the pay freeze.

In March 2011, the Council imposed a two-year pay freeze meaning the usual incremental pay progression was suspended and employees would not move up the

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This article is correct at 26/04/2018
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