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« on: March 29, 2007, 12:37:55 PM »

Employment Tribunals are judicial bodies established to resolve disputes between employers and employees over employment rights. This useful website provides information about the tribunal's procedures and gives guidance on how you make or respond to a claim.

Some additional information from the Tribunals Service website:
Employment Tribunals hear claims about matters to do with employment. These include unfair dismissal, redundancy payments and discrimination. They also deal with a range of claims relating to wages and other payments. You can get a full list, called a jurisdiction list, from any local tribunal office or the Employment Tribunals public enquiry line

If you are not sure that your complaint is one that an Employment Tribunal can deal with, contact the public enquiry line or Acas who will be able to help.

An Employment Tribunal is like a court but it is not as formal; for example, nobody wears a wig or gown. However, like a court it must act independently and cannot give legal advice. Almost all hearings are open to the public.
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