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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.
30 Jun 2020
A former university lecturer has successfully brought a constructive unfair dismissal claim at an employment tribunal after the education establishment...
29 Jun 2020
There have been whispers about a potential return of employment tribunal fees as the courts wade through a backlog of...
25 Jun 2020
Female compliance worker been subjected to sex discrimination after raising concerns about potential financial malpractice.
15 Jun 2020
The Ministry of Justice is looking at reinstating tribunal fees for workers bringing claims, according to The Times newspaper.
15 Jun 2020
IT finance analyst is awarded £4,000 in a case involving attitudes to sickness, workloads, mental health and pregnancy.
4 Jun 2020
The Covid-19 crisis has exposed directors to a new level of vulnerability and liability, writes Ivor Adair.
28 May 2020
A former Department for Work and Pensions employee who was found to be a victim of age and race discrimination...
27 May 2020
Employers are turning their attention to a host of novel HR issues coming over the horizon.
22 May 2020
Firms have been putting staff on furlough then asking them to work, sometimes telling them they'll be sacked if they refuse.
19 May 2020
A London Underground worker sacked for sexual harassment has been awarded £14,500 for his employer’s failure to conduct a timely...
13 May 2020
Leeds Teaching hospital case casts fresh light on organisations vulnerability to discriminatory decisions.
12 May 2020
Employers face a ‘minefield’ of legal risks when they bring staff back into the workplace, especially if they ask workers...
7 May 2020
An appeal judgment with major ramifications for self-employed workers and IR35 has been made in the upper tribunal that has...
1 May 2020
The European Court of Justice has provided some clarification around how ‘worker’ status is defined under EU law, but has...