Gill v Elegance Beauty Ltd Posted In: Case Law
Legal BodyEmployment Tribunal (ET)
Type of Claim / JurisdictionPay
The claimant was placed on furlough on 30th March 2020 which she had consented to through signing a document. The claimant received furlough pay covering April and May and during this time no issues arose.
The respondent emailed the claimant on 24th June 2020 ending her furlough with effect from 26th June 2020. For June, the claimant only received £44.47 in pay which were hours worked after 25th June 2020. The respondent’s argument was that the claimant was asked to help with renovations/cleaning and attend training, but she did not do so and that they did not make any claim to the government for furlough pay for the claimant. It must be noted that
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