Mihaljev v Anncor Ltd Posted In: Case Law
Legal BodyNorthern Ireland Industrial Tribunal (NIIT)
Type of Claim / JurisdictionContracts of Employment, A-Typical Working, Pay
The respondent is a building and maintenance company. The claimant began working with the respondent as a result of responding to an advert on Gumtree and was engaged to do joinery work on a site from April 2019 until the contract ended with the main contractor in or around 16th January 2020. The Claimant had some email exchanges relating to starting and pay but there was never any written agreement between the parties. In evidence, the claimant accepted that he was engaged as a ‘self-employed joiner’ on the site. The intention of both parties was that he was engaged on a self-employed basis.
There was no requirement for the claimant to attend for particular days or times; instead, he was
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