Labour & European Law Review
09 October 2013
Following the introduction of fees in employment tribunals earlier this year, the TUC says that new restrictions in the fees remissions scheme, effective this week, will have an impact on low-paid savers.
Tribunals have the power to strike out a claim if it has not been “actively pursued” and it is no longer possible to have a fair hearing.
Section one of the Trade Union and Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act (TULRCA) 1992 defines a trade union as an organisation whose principal purpose is the regulation of relations between workers and employers.