Latest Employment Tribunal statistics published
The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) has published ‘ad hoc’ statistics revealing information on the number of Employment Tribunal claims received by HM Courts & Tribunals Services (HMCTS) in the months July to September 2013. This period is notable as it captures the months immediately following the introduction of fees into the Employment Tribunal system.
The statistics show a drop in single claims of approximately 85 per cent since the introduction of fees. However, the MoJ advises that these statistics should be regarded as ‘provisional’ and will be subject to revisions in the next official publication of statistics in December 2013…
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