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Annabel’s (Berkeley Square) Ltd and Others v Revenue and Customs: CA 7 May 2009

The court considered whether tips paid at a restaurant by means of a credit card or cheque thus becoming the employer’s money could properly count toward the minimum wage when paid on to the employee. The revenue contended that the money received and held by the troncmaster independently and not on behalf of the employer … Continue reading Annabel’s (Berkeley Square) Ltd and Others v Revenue and Customs: CA 7 May 2009

Autoclenz Ltd v Belcher and Others: SC 27 Jul 2011

Car Cleaning nil-hours Contractors were Workers The company contracted with the claimants to work cleaning cars. The company appealed against a finding that contrary to the explicit provisions of the contracts, they were workers within the Regulations and entitled to holiday pay and associated benefits. The contracts were ‘nil hours’ contracts neither requiring nor entitling … Continue reading Autoclenz Ltd v Belcher and Others: SC 27 Jul 2011