Employment Tribunal In Hull
Employment Tribunal – Solicitors; Has an employee brought an employment tribunal claim against your company in Hull? Then you should consult with the highly qualified and experienced legal professionals at Oakwood Solicitors to discover how our dedicated team of experts could advise and assist you with alternative dispute resolution to try to resolve the issue as quickly and cost-effectively as possible or could provide outstanding legal representation at an employment tribunal hearing to protect the best interests of your company.
The Mirror published an article on 18 June 2013 written by Mark Ellis reporting that "Unison applies for judicial review to stop ?brutal? charges for employment tribunal cases".
The article says that "A legal challenge against charges of up to œ1000 to take cases to employment tribunals has been launched by Britain’s biggest public sector union Unison. The controversial fees for workers fighting unfair dismissal and discrimination cases are due to be introduced by the Tory-led Coalition next month."
It goes on to explain "But Unison has applied to the High Court in London for a judicial review to stop the "brutal" charges being introduced. Union leaders fear thousands of badly-treated workers with genuine grievances will be deterred from seeking justice because of the fees."
Have you been threatened with employment tribunal action by an employee or former employee at your organisation in Hull? Then it is essential that you act quickly and consult the experts at Oakwood Solicitors over a no obligation call as our highly skilled professionals could work on your behalf to strive to achieve a swift and cost-effective solution to the issue but could also provide advice that is tailored to suit your business needs and rigorous legal representation at an employment tribunal hearing should this be required.
The above-mentioned article reports that Dave Prentis Unison general secretary told his union’s annual conference in Liverpool: "The Tories see opportunity opportunity to reduce wages cut sick pay and impoverish our future.
"They want to take away our employment rights with punitive charges to access to justice."
The article explains that "the treasury estimate that more than 80% of applications made to an employment tribunal did not lead to a full hearing".
However there is evidence to suggest that employers groups have welcomed the moves and more organisations are opting for alternative dispute resolution methods such as mediation and conciliation.
The employment and commercial law specialists at Oakwood Solicitors could assist you with alternative dispute resolution or provide a robust legal defence if a claim is brought to tribunal by an employee or former employee of your organisation in Hull ensuring that a swift solution is reached whenever possible and that the best interests of the company are ensured; so call our helpful advisors today to discuss our full range of services on: 0113 200 9720.
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