Arafat v Strike Limited Posted In: Case Law
Legal BodyEmployment Tribunal (ET)
Type of Claim / JurisdictionDismissal, Pay
This case related to a strike out application of the claimant’s claim for a protective award and unlawful deduction from wages. The issue relating to the protective award relating to the dismissal was actually evident when the claimant said herself that the employee representatives were consulted. The argument that she had been telephoned in the middle of night and told that she had been forgotten about was made in this respect.
In terms of the unlawful deduction from wages claim, it related to the fact the claimant was suspended in March 2022 but was instructed to return on 20th April 2022. From 11th May 2022 until her dismissal in
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