Quelch v Courtiers Support Services Ltd Posted In: Case Law
Legal BodyEmployment Tribunal (ET)
Type of Claim / JurisdictionDismissal, Health and Safety, Coronavirus/Covid-19, Remote and Hybrid Working
The claimant commenced his employment with the respondent in June 2018 as a Compliance Assistant. The claimant performed well receiving a promotion. His contract of employment stated that he was to work at the Henley Office with a 3-month notice. On 18th March 2020, the claimant approached his line manager where he was visibly distressed in relation to the coronavirus pandemic. This related to the fact he lived with his girlfriend who was clinically vulnerable. As a result, it was agreed that he could work from home.
It was agreed that the claimant was able to work from home successfully and there were no issues raised
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