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Head 2 head-should tribunal fees be abolished

United Kingdom - March 26 2015 The introduction of fees to the Employment Tribunal system has had an enormous impact - far more, I believe, than most people had expected. This must…

Hilary Aldred, Paul Mander

Well I told you once and I told you twice (but you never listen to my advice)

United Kingdom - March 4 2013 The law regarding unfair dismissal is a great deal more straightforward in its operation than has been suggested by many sections of the press or the…

Some unforeseen consequences of dismissal?

United Kingdom - December 12 2012 Dismissing an employee on the grounds of capability, especially when the reason is ill-health, has never been especially straightforward but Fox v British Airways has suggested that in the event an employee dies soon after dismissal, loss of rights under a death in service benefit may be an issue, albeit an unexpected one.

Employment law - changes for 2012 and beyond

United Kingdom - February 29 2012 On 23 November 2011 after a number of what seemed like false starts, the Business Secretary, Vince Cable finally announced a number of long anticipated proposals to reform employment law.

Government announces employment tribunal changes

United Kingdom - October 31 2011 George Osborne recently announced some major changes to the Employment Tribunal (ET) system at the Conservative Party conference.