The Government requests evidence to inform the Director of Labour Market Enforcement's strategy for 2020/2021.
Updated to include information on Royal Mail Group Ltd v Jhuti, in which the Supreme Court considered the knowledge of the decision-maker in a dismissal.
Updated to include information on Curless v Shell International Ltd, in which the Court of Appeal considered if email advice on avoiding a discriminatory dismissal was protected by legal privilege.
In Curless v Shell International Ltd, the Court of Appeal upheld the tribunal decision that an email that contained legal advice on how to avoid a discriminatory dismissal is protected by legal privilege because it was not advice to act in an "underhand or iniquitous way".
In Stolk v Hunts Foodservice Ltd and another, an employment tribunal awarded the claimant £11,028 after finding that pre-termination negotiations were admissible as evidence of pregnancy and maternity discrimination.
Over two years on from the abolition of employment tribunal fees, we discuss the latest figures for tribunal claims and look at the impact on employers of severe delays in cases being heard.
The youngest and oldest staff working in atypical ways, such as temporary work, are the most at risk of missing out on key workplace rights such as paid holiday, a payslip and the minimum wage, analysis has found.
A table listing the unfair dismissal awards made by employment tribunals in 2018/19.
A table listing the race discrimination awards made by employment tribunals in 2018/19.
A table listing the sex discrimination awards made by employment tribunals in 2018/19.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to employment disputes.