Armitage v Boor t/a Dance with Annarie Posted In: Case Law
Legal BodyEmployment Tribunal
Type of Claim / JurisdictionContracts of Employment, A-Typical Working
The claimant made claims relating to discrimination on the grounds of disability, breaches of national minimum wage regulations and lack of notice of dismissal. These claims were rebuffed by the Respondent who argued that the claimant had never been employed by her nor was she a worker of hers.
The start of the relationship arose when the respondent established her own dance class. She knew the claimant as both of their daughters attended a previous dance class and it was from their unhappiness that the respondent established her own dance class. The claimant contacted the respondent asking if she could play some part in the classes. There was a fundamental
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