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An employee was employed on an oral contract of employment since June 2016 by an employer engaged in providing casino services. He was never availed with a copy of his contract and was paid a salary below the prescribed minimum for workers protected by the Shop Workers Order.

During 2021, he raised a complaint relating to his NAPSA contributions and was subsequently summarily dismissed. He commenced an action before the Industrial Relations Division of the High Court seeking the following reliefs:

• Benefits for the years worked;

• Leave days;

• Unfair and wrongful dismissal; and

• Costs and any other benefits the Court may deem fit.