Monday, 5 August 2013

What today's introduction of Employment Tribunal Fees really means

via New Statesman by Matt Foster

As of this morning [29 July 2013], Employment Tribunals – set up to provide a proper, impartial forum for the resolution of disputes between employees and employers – are no longer free to access.

Continue reading and, if you are like me, lose your temper. I can see a justification for a deposit-style sum to be paid up-front to discourage frivolous or vexatious claims but this is penalising those who are least able to help themselves with no guarantee that you will get your money back.

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