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  • Guarantee payments: Paid work does not postpone next guarantee pay period

    Date:
    1 February 1995
    Type:
    Law reports

    The fact than an employee worked for six weeks during a three-month guarantee pay period did not mean that the start of the next guarantee pay period was postponed by six weeks, holds the EAT in Jones v Squire's Garage & Road Transport Ltd.

  • Miller and ors v Harry Thornton (Lollies) Ltd

    Date:
    1 October 1978
    Type:
    Law reports

    In Miller and ors v Harry Thornton (Lollies) Ltd [1978] IRLR 430 IT, the Industrial Tribunal held that an employer cannot avoid liability for a guarantee payment in respect a workless day by offering to let an employee make up for lost time on a different day or days.

  • (1) M North and others v Pavleigh Ltd (2) D Skeet and others v Carr Mills Clothing Co Ltd

    Date:
    1 December 1977
    Type:
    Law reports

    In (1) M North and others v Pavleigh Ltd (2) D Skeet and others v Carr Mills Clothing Co Ltd [1977] IRLR 461 IT, the Industrial Tribunal held that an employer's closure of a workplace in order to observe a Jewish holiday is not an occurrence "affecting the normal working of the employer's business".

  • IS Purdy v Willowbrook International Ltd

    Date:
    1 October 1977
    Type:
    Law reports

    In IS Purdy the Willowbrook International Ltd [1977] IRLR 388 IT, the Industrial Tribunal held that suitable alternative work need not be work which the employee is employed to do under his or her contract.

  • Guarantee payments: What is a "reasonable requirement" for an employer to impose in a lay-off?

    Date:
    15 September 1977
    Type:
    Law reports

    In Meadows v Faithful Overalls Ltd, the Industrial Tribunal holds that it was reasonable for the company to ask employees to wait at the factory until oil for the central heating system arrived.