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Tribunals: Tribunal fees may be re-introduced

United Kingdom - December 12 2018 The UK government has indicated that employment tribunal fees may be reintroduced. Although the Ministry of Justice has confirmed that there are no...

Stephen C.M. Ratcliffe, Carl Richards, Kim Sartin, Julia Wilson, Monica R. Kurnatowska, John M. Evason, Paul Harrison, Christine O'Brien.


Trade unions: Denying non-workers statutory collective bargaining rights does not breach the European Convention on Human Rights

United Kingdom - December 12 2018 In late 2016, the Central Arbitration Committee held that a group of Deliveroo riders were not workers, and that they were not therefore entitled to...

Stephen C.M. Ratcliffe, Carl Richards, Kim Sartin, Julia Wilson, Monica R. Kurnatowska, John M. Evason, Paul Harrison, Christine O'Brien.


Reporting and Transparency: New voluntary scheme for reporting about disability and mental health

United Kingdom - December 12 2018 The government has published a new voluntary reporting framework for large employers (those with over 250 employees) who want to record and report on...

Stephen C.M. Ratcliffe, Carl Richards, Kim Sartin, Julia Wilson, Monica R. Kurnatowska, John M. Evason, Paul Harrison, Christine O'Brien.


Equality and Human Rights Commission Review

United Kingdom - December 12 2018 The Equality and Human Rights Commission is not meeting its potential, according to a recent review carried out by the UK government. The review makes...

Stephen C.M. Ratcliffe, Carl Richards, Kim Sartin, Julia Wilson, Monica R. Kurnatowska, John M. Evason, Paul Harrison, Christine O'Brien.