Hurst v Ann Gilmore t/a Kingsway Butchers 
Decision NumberNIIT 71794/22
Legal BodyNorthern Ireland Industrial Tribunal (NIIT)
Type of Claim / JurisdictionRedundancy, Pay
The claimant commenced employment in September 2016 with the respondent as a Butcher. The employment came to an end in August 2021. The claimant did not receive a written statement of terms and conditions. The respondent said this was because they were unaware of the requirement.
The respondent closed the business on 7th August 2021. The respondent asserted that her husband had indicated to all employees of the business two weeks before the date that the business was due to close. However, the claimant disputed that.
The claimant brought a claim for notice pay, holiday pay and redundancy pay.
The Tribunal found that, on the
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