Area manager awarded £10.4k by Tribunal


Posted on May 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

A former area manager recently won a claim for unlawful deductions in the Central London Employment Tribunal against his former employer, Norwich Healthcare Ltd (NHL). The tribunal awarded Afta Chiles the sum of £10,419.75 NHL, which provides management consultancy services to private nursing homes, employed Mr Chiles as area manager in April 2006. However, it consistently failed to pay him his full wage entitlement during his employment, as a result of which the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) supported his claim for unlawful deductions. RCN legal officer Donna Clancy said Mr Chiles had been recruited to NHL by another of its employees, Navtam Gosai. “Mr Gosai has a history of failing to pay RCN members’ wages,” said Ms Clancy in an article published in the RCN Members’ Bulletin (No. 174). “He employed RCN member Prema Dorai as a sales and marketing manager, but consistently failed to pay her the salary to which she was entitled. The RCN supported Prema in a claim for unlawful deductions against Mr





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