industrial tribunal


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industrial tribunal

n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) (in Northern Ireland and formerly elsewhere in the UK) a tribunal that rules on disputes between employers and employees regarding unfair dismissal, redundancy, etc
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Contract award notice: multitechnical courthouses and fontainebleau industrial tribunal
This was a matter for businesspeople to decide and it could never form the basis of a judicial settlement by an industrial tribunal.
Judges ruled that the case should be remitted for reconsideration by a newly constituted industrial tribunal panel.
A SCHOOLTEACHER fighting to save her career will be back before an industrial tribunal next month.
But an industrial tribunal has ordered council bosses to give him back his pounds 31,000-a-year job.
A SPIRITUALIST who claimed he was fired as a police trainer because of his beliefs has lost an industrial tribunal.
IN TROUBLED economic times, disputes between employers and employees can soar and firms often find themselves involved in an industrial tribunal.
94 for unfair dismissal at an industrial tribunal in Newcastle, in June.
An industrial tribunal ruled that he had been unfairly dismissed from Corley Special School four years ago, following the incident, but that he hadn't handled the situation which led to the autistic child being injured very well.
Mr Francis had taken his former employers to an industrial tribunal following a claim of unfair dismissal, but the case was settled.
He can take the employer to an industrial tribunal if the firm refuses to accept him.
British Airways knows from experience that the industrial tribunal system can deliver even more bad publicity and expensive awards against employers.

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