Labour & European Law Review
21 March 2013
The government has published a document setting out the “significant improvements” it claims its employment rights reforms have delivered in the last two years.
The law gives employees the right to claim continuity of employment even if they have had a break between periods of employment, in certain circumstances.
Claimants have to lodge a tribunal complaint within three months of the act complained of, unless the act is a continuing one in which case time runs from the date of dismissal.