A Hotel Manager v A Hotel Posted In: Case Law
Legal BodyWorkplace Adjudicator Service (WAS)
Type of Claim / JurisdictionUnfair Dismissal, Pay and Conditions of Employment
The Complainant was employed as a Night Manager with the Respondent from October 2001 until the termination of his employment on the 2nd of May 2019 for gross misconduct. As a result of complaints received from colleagues of the Complainant, he was suspended, with full pay, on the 27th of December 2018 while the matter was further investigated.
The Complainant submitted that the Respondent ceased paying him on the 13th of January 2019 and he remained unpaid until the 9th of May 2019 and contended that he did not receive notice that his pay was being stopped, either in writing or verbally and he did not consent in writing to it being stopped. According to the Complainant,
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