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Newland v Simons and Willer (Hairdressers) Ltd

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    Newland v Simons and Willer (Hairdressers) Ltd [1981] IRLR 359 EAT (0 other reports)

The facts

When Ms Newland complained to an Industrial Tribunal that she had been unfairly dismissed from her job as a hairdresser, a dispute arose between her and her former employer as to the basis upon which she had been paid whilst in employment. Ms Newland said that when she was first employed in January 1979, it was agreed that she would be paid £50 a week, cash in hand. Towards the end of her employment, her wages were increased to £65 a week, cash in hand.