The Supreme Court has held that the requirement for claimants to pay a fee to bring an employment tribunal claim is unlawful and that the legislation that introduced employment tribunal fees must be quashed.
Employment tribunal fees are unlawful under both UK and EU law because they prevent access to justice, the Supreme Court has ruled.
We discuss Matthew Taylor's review of modern employment practices, which outlined seven key principles for "good quality work for all".
The number of early conciliation notifications has levelled off according to Acas, which has published its 2016/17 annual report.
The Court of Appeal has confirmed that the 10% uplift on general damages in civil claims applies to employment tribunal compensation for injury to feelings caused by discrimination.
Chris Cook is partner and Keely Rushmore senior associate at SA Law. They round up the latest rulings.
The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has refused to interfere with the earlier EAT decision limiting the potential for claims for historical non-payment of holiday pay.
The Court of Appeal has held that the employment tribunal incorrectly struck out the appellant's claim against Health Education England (HEE). The Court remitted the claim to a fresh tribunal to decide, as a preliminary issue, if the appellant was a worker in relation to HEE under the whistleblowing provisions of the Employment Rights Act 1996.
An employment tribunal has held that the employer breached the claimant's right to be accompanied when it refused to allow his chosen companions, trade union representatives, to accompany him at a disciplinary appeal hearing. However, it awarded compensation of £2 only, on the basis that the employer had understandable reasons for the refusal.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to employment disputes.