Current Employment Legislation In York
Current Employment Legislation – ML Solicitors Claims Advice; Are you seeking expert legal advice about recent changes about current employment legislation and how they may affect your organisation in York? The highly skilled legal personnel and Oakwood Solicitors specialise in employment and commercial law and could work with your company to ensure that you are fully up-to-date with all current employment legislation and continue to operate smoothly without being liable to have tribunal action brought against you by employees.
The Lawyer published an article on 31 July 2013 written by Hannah Gannage-Stewart discussing working through the employment tribunal changes.
The article says that "After a considerable amount of work the government has finally introduced new rules for employment tribunals this week".
It explains "There are three separate strands to the new regime which came into effect on Monday (29 July). The most controversial is the introduction of fees of up to œ1200 entry to the tribunal. This has provoked widespread debate and rebuke from trade unions in particular who have been allowed a petition for judicial review against the changes which is timetabled for October."
The article goes on to say "The second and arguably most fundamental change is the rules themselves".
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The above-mentioned article tells is that "Initially the new rules were set to launch in April this year with the changes to fees being announced later as part of the government’s wider review of costs. However because the costs change affected the new rules it was decided to delay them and watch them in line with the cost reforms."
The article further informs us that "The third element of the raft of changes will be introduced next year and builds on the work already done and the new rules to encourage parties to resolve issues earlier and if possible without entering the tribunal system at all. As of April 2014 claimants will be obliged to enter the claim by the Advisory Conciliation and Arbitration Service (ACAS). The idea is that ACAS will encourage mediation on an issue and only referring to a tribunal if it can be resolved that way."
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