Holloway v Aura Gas Ltd Posted In: Case Law
Legal BodyEmployment Tribunal (ET)
Type of Claim / JurisdictionDismissal, Working Time
The claimant worked as a heating engineer for the respondent from January 2015 until he resigned in September 2019. He subsequently claimed constructive unfair dismissal. When he began, the claimant’s contract stated that he would be required to travel to other locations as reasonable required and that he would be expected to work for 45 hours per week. With the work of a heating engineer, much of the claimant’s time was spent at the clients’ premises or travelling to various suppliers to pick up parts. From his evidence to the Tribunal, the claimant states that the work at the beginning was largely ‘local’ and that he would have
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