Imtiaz Ahmed Ranjha Sky Solicitors V Imtiaz Khan [2021]

Posted In: Case Law
  • Decision Number
    MWD212
  • Legal Body
    Labour Court (LC)
  • Type of Claim / Jurisdiction
    Contracts of Employment, Pay and Conditions of Employment
Issues covered: Section 27 (1) National Minimum Wage Act 2000 and 2015; Minimum Wage

This case is an appeal by the Respondent, Imtiaz Ranjh,  practising under Sky Solicitors,  against an Adjudication Officer’s Decision which found the complaint to be well founded and awarded arrears of €24,155.31 to the Complainant, Mr. Imtiaz Khan. The Respondent did not accept that the Complainant was an employee. The parties could not agree on the hours that were worked or what payment was received by the Complainant. The Respondent submitted that even if the Complainant was an employee, his complaint was out of time.

The Complainant commenced employment with the Respondent on the 7thAugust 2017. It was his submission that he regularly worked 50/60 hours and more during his

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This article is correct at 22/07/2021
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