Quashie v Stringfellow Restaurants Ltd - Minimum mutual obligations may have existed in dancer's contract to be employment [2011] EAT

The requirement to dance certain nights a month when so rostered might amount to sufficient obligation to make dancer's contract one of employment.

Miss Quashie, a dancer at Stringfellows nightclub, failed in her employment tribunal claim of unfair dismissal since, although she showed that she provided services as a dancer and was under the control of the nightclub, she could not demonstrate the necessary mutuality of obligation for a contract of employment.

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