Mhindurwa v Lovingangels Care Ltd Posted In: Case Law
Legal BodyEmployment Tribunal (ET)
Type of Claim / JurisdictionUnfair Dismissal, Coronavirus/Covid-19
The claimant was employed as a care assistant from 23rd March 2018. The claimant raised a grievance in February 2020 relating to the fact that she should have a written statement of particulars, she had not been auto-enrolled into a pension and she had not been provided with a copy of the Employee Handbook. There was also an alleged issue with underpayment of wages. This led to payments on 9th April 2020 relating to holiday pay and a food allowance.
The claimant had been employed to provide live-in care for a client, HR. HR was admitted to hospital in February 2020 and then moved from the hospital to a care home. Therefore, the claimant was no longer
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