Access to Employment Tribunals for new staff

Posted on 13-09-19 by Dave Levy Number of votes: 2 | Number of comments: 3

The qualifying longevity for access to empoyment tribunals for greivances and disciplinary disputes must be reduced from 2 years to 3 months. 

For workers in workplaces without a recognised Union, the only leverage that exists in fighting bullying and victimisation, and contesting unfair practices is access to Employment Tribunals; except for Equality Act dissputes, employees need two years service with an employer before they can take their cases to a Tribunal. This is too long.

Referring to: Work, Pensions and Equality

The Work, Pensions and Equality Policy Commission is charged with developing Labour’s policy on social security, poverty and equalities.

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