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Employment news

Government in ‘minor key” on Tribunal fee reform

The government’s long awaited review of Employment Tribunal fees has now been published. There is no plan to reduce fee levels or to increase the disposable capital threshold for fee remission. The changes proposed are therefore …

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Workplace racism – report digs deeper into reasons

A report from the University of Manchester Equality, Diversity and Racism in the Workplace: A Qualitative Analysis of the 2015 Race at Work Survey has looked more closely at the data in the 2015 Race at Work survey, …

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Employment Tribunal judgments finally online

HM Courts and Tribunals has now launched its online register of employment tribunal judgments, the first time there has been a central register of judgments by employment tribunals.  At present, the number of cases available …

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Consultation on corporate crime law underway

A consultation by the Ministry of Justice on changes to corporate crime laws is now underway. In particular, views are being sought on whether companies can be held sufficiently to account for the criminal wrongdoing …

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