The Government consults on the recommendations in the "Taylor review of modern working practices" on the enforcement of employment rights.
More than £1.8m in refunds have been processed since employment tribunal fees were ruled unlawful, according to the Ministry of Justice.
We discuss mediation in the workplace and the benefits it can offer your organisation.
In R (on the application of Unison) v Lord Chancellor  IRLR 911 SC, the Supreme Court held that the requirement for claimants to pay a fee to bring an employment tribunal claim is unlawful and that the legislation that introduced the fees must be quashed.
There has been a two-thirds increase in the number of employment tribunal claims in the two months since fees were abolished, according to new government data.
The Government's scheme for individuals to apply for tribunal fees refunds has been rolled out to all applicants, after a "successful opening phase of the scheme".
The Supreme Court has considered whether or not an employment tribunal has jurisdiction to hear a complaint by a doctor against the General Medical Council for discrimination.
The Supreme Court has held that EU law requires police officers to be able to bring discrimination claims in employment tribunals in respect of dismissals that are the result of police misconduct panel proceedings.
The Supreme Court has held that the State Immunity Act 1978 cannot prevent embassy staff from enforcing workplace rights derived from EU employment laws.
The Government has announced details of how individuals who paid employment tribunal fees can apply for a refund, following the Supreme Court decision that fees were unlawful.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to employment disputes.