||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 334 (Oct)
||Employment Appeal Tribunal
||Oliver Segal QC (instructed by Thompsons Solicitors, Nottingham) for the employees.
||Nigel Porter (instructed by DLA Piper UK LLP, Birmingham) for the employer.
||10 October 2012
Employment - Remuneration - Deduction from wages - Employees agreeing to work reduced hours on temporary basis - Employees requesting guarantee payment - Employers refusing - Employment tribunal finding employees not normally working on day in respect of which guarantee payment sought - Employees appealing - Whether temporary variation of hours affecting 'normal working hours' - .
Employment Remuneration. The Employment Appeal Tribunal dismissed the employees' appeal against, inter alia, the decision of the employment tribunal to dismiss their claims for guarantee payments as s28(1) of the did not preclude an agreed temporary variation constitutinga change to an employee's normal working hours so as to prevent the award of a guarantee payment merely because the variation was temporary.
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