Burton v Soul Hair Limited Posted In: Case Law
Decision NumberCase No: 2408536/2022
Legal BodyEmployment Tribunal (ET)
Type of Claim / JurisdictionContracts of Employment, Pay
The claimant is a hair stylist and started employment with the respondent in 2015 at the age of 16. She left her role in June 2022 after giving her notice. One of the issues was with the contract – with one contract (there was a dispute as to the correct contract) stating that if the employee leaves employment within 6 months of completing a training course funded by the employer then the employee is to repay the amount.
The claimant undertook a Wella Master Colour Programme in 2021. The claimant graduated from the course in June 2022. The respondent paid Wella £2,880 for the course fees. The final payslip for the claimant included the
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