Shirmardi v Capital Limo Ltd - Number of hours worked must be correctly determined in minimum wage claims [2009] EAT

Mr Shirmardi was dismissed as a manager for a limousine company. Most of its business was on Friday and Saturday and he was paid £150 per week. Mr Shirmardi brought various claims to an employment tribunal, including unfair dismissal, unlawful deduction of wages and failure to pay the minimum wage. Central to these last two point was the question of how many hours a week he worked. Capital said that he was part-time, working only Friday & Saturday and doing 25 - 30 hours per week.

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