Supreme Court rules employment tribunal fees unlawful
The Supreme Court has ruled that Employment Tribunal fees are unlawful and has acknowledged they have acted as a barrier to justice. Since their introduction, tribunal claims have fallen significantly.
Employee sues after post party fight
Is an employer responsible for the injuries suffered by an employee during a fight after the Christmas Party?
ACAS code doesn't apply to ill health dismissal
The ACAS Code of Practice on Disciplinary and Grievance Procedures does not apply to ill health dismissals.
Asda loses bid to force equal pay claims to High Court
Asda has lost its attempt to have 7000 equal pay claims brought against it by female employees stayed in the Employment Tribunal – effectively forcing the claimants to then reissue their claims in the High Court with all the cost risks that involves.
Are there employment law implications for Brexit?
Are there any employment law implications should the outcome of the referendum be to leave the EU? The short answer is not really - at least not in the short term.
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