Reforms to the Employment Tribunal process — your views
The employment litigation landscape is changing at a rapid pace.
To understand readers’ practical experience of the reforms to the Employment Tribunal process implemented last year and opinion on the likely impact of 2014’s planned reforms, Eversheds invited recipients of its e-briefs to provide their thoughts on the introduction of fees in the Employment Tribunal; the increase to qualifying service; mediation; and early conciliation and employer penalties.
In particular, the firm sought to understand readers’ experience of the introduction of fees for bringing Employment Tribunal claims, including whether it has reduced the number of claims. This report includes an analysis of the results of the survey conducted between 14 and 31 January 2014 and is based on 180 responses…
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