Labour & European Law Review
11 December 2013
A report published last week by a think tank and an anti-poverty charity in London has revealed systemic failures in the way that national minimum wage (NMW) compliance is enforced.
The law states that a tribunal will not consider a complaint of unfair dismissal unless it is presented within a period of three months beginning with the effective date of termination (EDT).
When considering a claim for unfair dismissal, tribunals have to consider whether the employer acted reasonably, among other things.