Real Employment Law Advice

Category: Employment Tribunal Claims

Discrimination & Equality

Employee wins £180,000 in compensation for refusal of flexible working request

A female employee recently won a tribunal claim against her employer because they refused to let her reduce her days of work or leave work early to pick up her child from nursery. The huge pay out was awarded after the Employment Tribunal held that the employer had indirectly discriminated…

Employee Resources

What is a Remedy Hearing?

A remedy hearing is a hearing listed specifically to discuss the amount of compensation that should be awarded to an individual who has won their claim. The Judge will give directions on how to prepare together with when the hearing has been listed and for how long.

Best practice for employers

Latest developments with employment law and HR for March/April 2021

Here is a round-up of some interesting developments in the world of HR and employment law in the past couple of months. A male employee on shared parental leave cannot claim sex discrimination because he is paid less than a woman on adoption leave …

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Employment Tribunal Claims

Preparing your claim or defence in the Employment Tribunal

It has long been considered necessary to ensure, when you submit or defend a claim, that you put as much detail in as possible, to ensure you do not miss the opportunity to pursue a claim fully. However recent guidance from the Tribunal means we must rethink how to prepare the claim and defence.