The Employment Tribunals (ET) are an independent judicial body established to resolve disputes over employment rights between employers and employees. Claims likely to be heard in the ET will involve matters on unfair dismissal, discrimination, wages and redundancy payments. In July 2017, the Supreme Court unanimously held that ET fees were unlawful and must be
Employment Tribunal Statistics
Latest Employment Tribunal Statistics | April to June 2018
The MOJ has published the tribunal statistics for April to June 2018 and across the board the numbers are up! Here are the key figures: • number of single claims lodged increased by 165% compared with the same quarter last year. • the number of single claims outstanding rose by 130% compared with the same
Employment Tribunal Statistics remain stable…but for how long?
Recent statistics produced by the Ministry of Justice showed that the number of claims to the Employment Tribunal between the period April to June 2017 has increased. From April to June there were 4,241 single claims logged, this shows a 2% increase on the same period of 2016. 88,476 cases were accepted by the tribunal