employment tribunal


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employment tribunal

n
(Law) (in England, Scotland, and Wales) a tribunal that rules on disputes between employers and employees regarding unfair dismissal, redundancy, etc. See also industrial tribunal
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Workers taking their bosses to the an employment tribunal are being forced to wait an average of eight months - just to have their case heard.
The numbers were revealed in a written question lodged by Richard Burgon MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Justice, asking for the average times it takes for a single employment tribunal claim to be processed across the UK.
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At the Employment Tribunal, the Judge held that, in the circumstances, no reasonable employer would have dismissed Mr Newbound and that the decision to terminate his employment had been perverse.
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