Avidor v Cambridge Steiner School Posted In: Case Law
Legal BodyEmployment Tribunal (ET)
Type of Claim / JurisdictionDismissal
The claimant started working for the respondent originally as a Kitchen Supervisor in September 2017. She resigned on 13th September 2019. The claimant went on a period of maternity leave returning in May 2019. On her return, there was a requirement for a finance role to be covered so she was asked to take on that role for approximately 15 hours per week with that increasing to 30 hours per week.
The School was subject to an OFSTED which found that the school required improvement. This required greater oversight of the financial duties and the financial role in the school was being expanded. The post for this expanded role was
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