Judge v Crown Leisure Limited: EAT 28 Sep 2004

EAT The ET correctly found that a conversation between the Applicant and his manager at the office Christmas dance did not amount to an enforceable promise to increase pay, but were words of comfort. The claimant had not proved his case.
It is open to a tribunal, having heard all the evidence, to reach a conclusion on the facts which is inconsistent with the account advanced by either party.


His Honour Judge McMullen QC


[2004] UKEAT 0443 – 04 – 2809, UKEAT/0443/04


Bailii, EATn


England and Wales

Cited by:

CitedWoodhouse School v Webster CA 18-Feb-2009
The school appealed against a finding that it had constructively dismissed the claimant. The claimant had refused an order to dismiss a staff member for profound bilateral deafness, saying that that would be unlawful. He had left rather than obey an . .
Appeal fromJudge v Crown Leisure Ltd CA 21-Apr-2005
The claimant appealed against dismissal at the ET and EAT of his claim for constructive dismissal. The court considered whether the employer had made a promise to the employee.
Held: Smith LJ said: ‘In my view, with respect, [the claimant’s . .
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Employment, Contract

Updated: 27 June 2022; Ref: scu.219502