Redundancy: Relaunch of shop's image leads to redundancy
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Lewis v A Jones & Sons plc EAT/776/92 (0 other reports)
The closure of a shop, pending refurbishment and the introduction of a new sales approach in order to appeal to a different market, amounted to a redundancy situation, holds the EAT in Lewis v A Jones & Sons plc. There was either a temporary cessation of the whole business, or a cessation of the type of business for which the employee had been employed.