Step by step guidance on the Employment Tribunal Process
In this episode 195 of the podcast I bring you the fifth 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 5th episode is about the process of preparing and exchanging witness evidence. In this episode I cover:
- When you need to exchange statements.
- How to prepare witness statements.
- What witnesses to call.
- What you need to include in the witness statement.
- Why the word count in your witness statements is important.
- Why you need to consider the number of witnesses.
- When to make an application to the Employment Tribunal to extend the word count or increase the number of witnesses.
- What to consider if you want to compel a witness to attend.
- Why it is important to agree the time for exchange of statement.
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