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The Employment Tribunals Handbook: Practice, Procedure and Strategies for Success

By: John-Paul Waite, Alan Payne, Alice Meredith, Aaron Moss, John Goss
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Published: 25-01-2018
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Edition: 5th
Extent: 552
ISBN: 9781784517328
Imprint: Bloomsbury Professional
RRP: €89.99
 

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About The Employment Tribunals Handbook: Practice, Procedure and Strategies for Success

The Employment Tribunals Handbook offers a comprehensive guide to bringing and defending a claim in the employment tribunal, covering every stage from pre-action procedure and protocols through to conducting the hearing itself.

Fully revised and updated, key developments covered in the new fifth edition include:
The Employment Tribunals (Early Conciliation: Exemptions and Rules of Procedure) Regulations 2014 - employees with a claim can no longer go direct to an Employment Tribunal but must now notify Acas first;
The Employment Tribunals Rules of Procedure 2013 (as subsequently amended up to 17th February 2015);
Recent changes to tribunal fees following the Supreme Court ruling.

Written for the seasoned employment law practitioner, but with a clarity that means it is also of significant use to HR professionals and trade union officials, The Employment Tribunals Handbook provides tactical insights alongside precedents and templates for drafting key documents, so as to maximise a litigant's prospects of success.

Table Of Contents

Chapter 1 Tribunals today
Chapter 2 Getting advice
Chapter 3 Pre-claim correspondence and requests for information
Chapter 4 The effective handling of disputes: the ACAS Code of Practice
Chapter 5 Time limits
Chapter 6 Making a claim: Early Conciliation and the claim form (ET1)
Chapter 7 The response (ET3)
Chapter 8 Fairness: the overriding objective
Chapter 9 The management of proceedings by the tribunal
Chapter 10 Post-claim requests for additional information
Chapter 11 Disclosure and inspection
Chapter 12 Preliminary hearings: Part 1 and Part 2
Chapter 13 Witness orders and orders for the production of documents
Chapter 14 Postponements and adjournments
Chapter 15 Settlement of claims
Chapter 16 Preparing for the full hearing
Chapter 17 The hearing I: the order of proceedings
Chapter 18 The hearing II: the conduct of proceedings by the tribunal
Chapter 19 The hearing III: the essentials of effective tribunal advocacy
Chapter 20 Private hearings and restricted reporting orders
Chapter 21 Costs
Chapter 22 The decision
Chapter 23 Remedies: calculating likely awards
Chapter 24 Steps after the decision I: reconsideration of judgments
Chapter 25 Steps after the decision II: appeal
Appendix I Claims a tribunal can hear
Appendix II Asking and responding to questions of discrimination in the workplace
Appendix III Employment Tribunals Claim Form
Appendix IV Employment Tribunals Response Form
Appendix V Case Study
Appendix VI Settlement Agreement
Appendix VII Agenda

Reviews

“It beautifully demonstrates the techniques it aims to impart, namely clarity, succinctness, thoroughness at all stages...a valuable tool for human resources professionals, trade union advisers and representatives, employment consultants and legal professionals (review of 4th edition)” –  Vivienne Gay, Regional Employment Judge, London North and West, Tribunals Winter 2014

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