Employment Tribunals, previously known as Industrial Tribunals, have jurisdiction to hear almost all individual disputes based on statutory employment law and, in addition, common law contract claims arising from or outstanding at the termination of employment up to a maximum of £25,000.Get Legal Advice
“… I have recently been made unemployed from my job of 10 years… I feel that I have been unfairly treated…I have been told to seek a hearing at a Tribunal to state my grievances…can you explain exactly what this is, what does it do and how to get in touch and apply…”
“…I wish to take my former employers to a Tribunal…unfortunately due to my circumstances I have very little funds… can I apply for legal aid to help me with my costs…”
“…I have a date for my Employment Tribunal hearing… I have been informed my former employers will have legal representation in the form of a barrister to state their claims…I cannot afford legal representation… is there any help available for people in my circumstance… with case preparation for example…”
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