Melarkey v Blu Dot Technologies Limited 
Legal BodyNorthern Ireland Industrial Tribunal (NIIT)
Type of Claim / JurisdictionDismissal, Pay
The claimant was employed as the respondent’s Chief Revenue Officer from January 2021 until his employment was terminated in May 2022. The claimant had a salary of £75,000 plus commission depending upon licences. The respondent’s business in this respect related to the use of specialist technology in the food, retail and hospitality sectors relating to preparation, packaging and labelling.
On 4th April 2022, the claimant was informed by the Director of the Respondent that he would have to leave the company. He was given a month’s notice. During the notice period the claimant continued to come to work and continued to chase outstanding expenses and
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