Negotiating the maze
New regulations to reduce the number of tribunal claims are set to have a major impact on workplaces in Britain. But unless they are clarified they could cause more problems than they resolve, writes Lorraine Heard
The Employment Act 2002 (dispute resolution) Regulations are due to come into force on 1 October, 2004. They introduce a compulsory system for resolving disputes in the workplace, recognised by the Government as being “likely to have a significant impact on Britain’s workplaces”.
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