Commentaries

Employment Memo


 CHAPTER 34  Employment claims 

Introduction 
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If a dispute cannot be resolved between the parties, the aggrieved party (normally the employee) will have to bring legal proceedings in order to seek a remedy. Before most claims can be brought there is a mandatory pre-claim conciliation scheme which must be entered into before a prospective claimant can bring a claim (ΒΆ9485+).
As the majority of employment claims are heard by employment tribunals, this chapter will focus on tribunal procedure, with a summary only of civil court procedure at

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