K for King Security v HM Revenue & CustomsPosted in : Essential Guide to Employment Contracts on 14 June 2011
Kiera Lee, writes:
King Security v HM Revenue & Customs  NIIT 1782 10IT – Paying Apprentices
Research has shown that employers feel that having an apprentice in your organisation leads to greater efficiency and productivity and reduces staff turnover. Before hiring an apprentice businesses need to be aware of the applicable law.
King Security appealed to a tribunal against a Notice of Underpayment served by HMRC under the provisions of the National Minimum Wage Act 1998. The basis of the appeal was that the appellant was not under an obligation to pay the worker, Mr McComb, the national minimum wage (NMW) on the grounds that Mr McComb was employed under a contract of
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