Lazarov and others v Macalinden (trading as Charm Offensive)

Employment – 'Worker'. The employment tribunal had decided, as a preliminary issue, that the claimants were 'workers' for the purposes of the National Minimum Wage Act 1988, thereby entitling them to pursue claims for national minimum wage and holiday pay. The Employment Appeal Tribunal allowed the employer's appeal against that finding, deciding that the tribunal had not approached the question of worker status correctly and had not given sufficient reasons for its decision. The matter was remitted to be heard afresh.

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