Okedina v Chikale: Can a contract tainted by illegality prevent an employee from bringing an employment tribunal claim?

This case is about domestic workers and asks: Can a contract tainted by illegality prevent an employee from bringing an employment tribunal claim? Ms Okedina, the Respondent, was a Malawian national who lived and worked in the UK. Ms Chikale, the Claimant, had worked for the Respondent in Malawi looking after the Respondent’s parents. The […]

Govdata Ltd v Denton – Can a claim for failure to provide terms of employment succeed if the terms were provided before the claim was issued?

Govdata Ltd v Denton Easter, a time of chocolate, roast dinners and long weekends. It also means you get your case law update a day early! Last week we looked at Director’s liability for breach of contract claims. In that case it was held that Director’s could be personally liable for any statutory breach of contract. […]

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Contract of Employment

PJH Law’s Personnel Wizard (r) allows employers to draft bespoke contracts of employment in minutes. This short video shows how to bring some magic to your HR function with pjhlaw’s personnel wizard. Wendi Cochrane, Head of Business Support at YourCash who uses the personnel wizard said: “Following a TUPE transfer I had a business requirement […]