Birmingham restaurant ordered to pay ex-employee more than £2,000

05 January 2018 by
Birmingham restaurant ordered to pay ex-employee more than £2,000

A Birmingham restaurant company has been ordered to pay an ex-worker more than £2,000 by an employment tribunal.

An employment judge ruled that a Miss S Warren had been unfairly dismissed from Fleet Street Kitchen (2) Limited in a breach of contract.

The claimant was found to be entitled to redundancy and holiday pay.

Employment Judge Hughes ordered the restaurant to pay Miss Warren a £1,740 redundancy pay-out and £660 in holiday pay and outstanding wages.

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