Wednesday, 30 October 2013

Have fees caused a collapse in Employment Tribunal claims?

Inscription above the Old Bailey: "defend the children of the poor and punish the wrongdoer"
Since 29 July 2013, anyone unfairly sacked or discriminated against at work has had to fork out a ridiculous £1200 in fees to get their day in court. Has this extreme form of credit card justice deterred claimants?

TUC Policy Officer Ben Moxham has posted an article on this subject on our Touchstone blog - essential reading for trade unionists. To see the full article click here

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