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Tag: employment tribunal

How the Civil Courts are coping and important information if you have a hearing coming up

It is no secret that the Civil Courts have been struggling to cope and to quickly transition in light of the challenges posed by Covid-19. At the peak of the p…

Fiona Hewitt, Senior Associate and Head of Employment and Commercial Disputes, gives us a snapshot of her working life in lockdown.

I am a single parent so it’s just me and my daughter - 7 “and three quarters!” - and I also have disabilities. As an em…

With more and more sophisticated technology available at a relatively low cost, it is becoming easier to make covert recordings, including in the workplace. We are often asked whether an employee or indeed a manager can make a covert recording at wor…

With cases and allegations of sexual abuse and assault having hit the headlines through various high-profile scandals, increased awareness of the problem of sexual harassment has filtered into other industries.

Despite over a quarter of women survey…

Fees for those bringing employment tribunal claims have been ruled unlawful, and the government will now have to repay up to £32m to claimants if the payment of the fee is deemed to have been unlawful. 

The government introduced fees of up to £1,200…