The Law Society has published their document of reforms, Making Employment Tribunals Work for All.
The Law Society is proposing to split claims into four levels.
It proposes to have simple claims at Level 1 and decided on a paper basis, with Level 4 cases deciding employment law matters, such as restrictive covenants, normally dealt with in the civil courts.
It wants one jurisdiction for all employment claims, so they’re are not split between the Tribunals and the County Courts.
What this means for you
The impact of the proposals is yet to be seen. But it’s an interesting 25-page document that could change how employment claims are dealt with.
So we’ll follow the consultation with interest!
Click here to find out more about the reforms and download Making Employment Tribunals Work for All.
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