Agyemang & Ors v Stonebridge Homes Ltd Posted In: Case Law
Legal BodyEmployment Tribunal (ET)
Type of Claim / JurisdictionDismissal
The claimants in this case worked within the construction industry. The Tribunal noted that it was not uncommon that those involved in bricklaying may work in ‘gangs’ of two or three. The first claimant started working on the respondent’s sites in 2015 as a bricklayers' labourer and worked in a ‘gang’ with a bricklayer with whom he had worked before with a different company. In 2018, the bricklayer the claimant had been working with left and the claimant asked the Respondent’s managers whether he could carry on working on their site and he named a couple of individuals (the other two claimants) he said he could work with. This was suitable for the
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