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Employment rights are enforced in the employment tribunal. For example, employment tribunals consider complaints of unfair dismissal and discrimination. Employment tribunals can also consider breach of contract claims if the value of the claim does not exceed £25,000.
Employment tribunal proceedings are started by the claimant completing and submitting an ET1 claim form within the required time limit. The ET3 response form is the employer's response to the claim form.
13 Aug 2019
An employment tribunal found the bank liable for disability discrimination.
9 Aug 2019
An employment tribunal last month concluded a case that could prove highly significant for potential whistleblowers.
4 Aug 2019
The employment tribunal is not something any employer particularly relishes. Omar Khalil provides some expert advice for HR professionals facing...
29 Jul 2019
Employers are waiting an average of eight months for employment tribunal claims to reach a hearing, according to data analysis...
22 Jul 2019
Demand for early conciliation services has risen by 21% compared with last year, according to the latest annual report from...
16 Jul 2019
The government has announced proposals for a single labour market enforcement body which will have powers to enforce minimum wage...
11 Jul 2019
The government has published its consultation on plans to strengthen protections against sexual harassment at work, including harassment from third...
8 Jul 2019
The Employment Appeal Tribunal has clarified when it is acceptable for an employee to make a covert recording of a...
2 Jul 2019
Can an employer ignore a grievance if the employee no longer works for the organisation?
The most popular FAQ on...
28 Jun 2019
The employment tribunal system is still hamstrung by a lack of judicial and administrative resources, nearly two years after fees were scrapped
25 Jun 2019
An employment tribunal has ruled that the sacking of an assistant restaurant manager after he had blown the whistle over ingredients was unfair.
18 Jun 2019
A Transport for London employee who was told he could not take part in training and conference calls because English...
11 Jun 2019
The equal pay claim being pursued by hundreds of Sainsbury’s staff can continue to be heard, an employment tribunal has...
7 Jun 2019
A victimisation case at an employment tribunal will be reheard after the judge fell asleep during proceedings before making the judgement in the claimant's favour.