Author Archives: Alison

Unions granted permission to appeal against introduction of Employment Tribunal fees

Employment Tribunal Fees  Since July 2013 if you want to pursue a claim against your Employer in the Employment Tribunal you have been required to pay a fee of £160 or £230 (depending on the type of claim) and then a fee for the final Hearing of either £250 or £95. Some people on a […]

What does ‘without prejudice’ mean?

Focus on Settlement Agreements In this series of articles I am going to focus on Settlement Agreements and answer the most Frequently Asked Questions that you may have. If there are any questions that are not covered please leave a comment, or send an email, tweet or Facebook message and I will add the answer. […]

Employment Tribunal Fees

  The outcome of Unison’s Judicial Review of Employment Tribunal Fees announced.  In July 2013 the government introduced fees in the Employment Tribunal for the first time. This means that anyone who wants to pursue a claim in the Employment Tribunal must pay a fee of either £160 or £250, depending on the type of […]

How long do I have to decide about a Settlement Agreement?

Focus on Settlement Agreements In this series of articles I am going to focus on Settlement Agreements and answer the most Frequently Asked Questions that you may have. If there are any questions that are not covered please leave a comment, or send an email, tweet or Facebook message and I will add the answer. […]

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