LONDON (JT News) – A handsome self-employed hairdresser got a huge relief on a court order which opened her cheeks. The hairdresser won the right to claim leave and extra pay. The hairdresser’s lawyer argued in court that the case was important to thousands of workers in the salon and beauty parlor industry in march.the court issues complete decision on saturday. Meghan Gorman’s lawyer argued in favor of her client after giving arguments to the employment tribunal.
The case of the self-employed hairdresser has been hailed as a historic victory. Gorman, from ClooneyLinks, claimed that she had to work part-time for the salon, earning 67% of the profit. She worked at the Terence Paul Salon in Manchester City Center for six years. The court ruled in favor of the decision after hearing her case. The recent legal decision regarding the status of cab drivers, plumbers and workers is a milestone.
Judith Fedler of Direct Lines Personnel said the initial decision could affect thousands of hairdressers, hygienists, delivery drivers and bookstores across the country. The whole hairdressing industry and many others will be affected by this decision. It is a great thing for self-employed that they too will have the right to claim. Gorman said that she was self-employed in the salon but Employees were treated as such.
The lawyer told the court that he was treated as an employee at all times and that her employers had a strict grip on all aspects of her work. Beauty parlors employ about 303,000 people, more than 80 percent of whom are women. self employ workers in beauty parlors and salons are protected from being treated as employees.