Labour & European Law Review
16 August 2012
The human rights group, Liberty, last week wrote to the Information Commissioner asking him to conduct a thorough investigation into 44 companies that were found to be blacklisting so-called “troublemakers” as long ago as 2009.
Once a claimant has lodged their claim at the Tribunal, the employer (known as the respondent) has to respond on a form called the ET3.
Under the Employment Rights Act (which covers claims for unlawful deductions from wages) expenses are specifically excluded from its jurisdiction.