A quiet revolution is taking place in the employment tribunals. The Government has acceded to lobbying by employers and is trying to take some pressure off an overworked system. Susan Belgrave reports
Talk to any employment lawyer these days and you can hear the excitement (or is it fear?) in their voices. A procedural revolution is taking place in the employment tribunals (Woolf by stealth) as evidenced in the latest Employment Bill. Political pressures have made the Government bow to employer complaints of having to defend too many claims at too great an expense.
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