Step by step guidance on the Employment Tribunal Process
In this episode 192 of the podcast I bring you the second in a mini series covering step by step guidance on the Employment Tribunal process. This is applicable for both employees who may want to make a claim and employers who may be defending a claim.
This second episode is about what happens after the claim and defence have been filed and includes:
- The different process that is likely to apply based on the type of claim.
- If it is a more complex case then it is likely the Tribunal will set a telephone case management hearing.
- What happens in simpler cases, such as straightforward unfair dismissal claims.
- The type of Order that the Employment Tribunal will make.
- Why it is important to check the dates of any hearings given by the Tribunal.
- The importance of contacting the Employment Tribunal asap if you or any witnesses are unavailable on the date that any hearing has been listed.
- The preparation required.
- Preparation of a schedule of loss.
- Disclosure of evidence.
- Agreeing the bundle of evidence.
- Why it is important to clearly note what is required and the date you must complete it by.
- Why you must adhere to the dates set by the Employment Tribunal.
- What you should do if you cannot complete the work required by the date set.
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