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[*] Post 508755 posted on 29-7-2017 at 15:10 Reply With Quote
Employment tribunal ruling.

OK, we're all glad, except the money-grabbers, that the government's been forced to ditch charging for employment tribunals. The people who paid are to get reimbursed.

All good.

But... What about the poor buggers who couldn't afford to pay and, therefor, didn't take their gripes to the tribunals? If you don't take the case to tribunal within three years of the incident, you're buggered. What about them, Mrs BarelyManaging? (Like you give a toss).
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[*] Post 508756 posted on 29-7-2017 at 17:26 Reply With Quote

3 months, actually. I know. It was my job. I think even accidents are two years.

You can argue for an extended time limit if you can show reasonable grounds for being unable to submit the claim within the three month limit.
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[*] Post 508761 posted on 30-7-2017 at 09:03 Reply With Quote

Being part of a union comes into its own in things like this but non-unionised Joe Bloggs was cast to the wind unless they could personally afford to put the rotten dirty employer on the back foot.
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