Explain how the employment tribunal system operates and critically evaluate how these changes might impact on a potential employee considering bringing a claim and an employer defending such a claim.

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Various changes have been introduced by the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013 and the Employment Tribunal (Constitution and Rules of Procedure) Regulations 2013, with the aim of reducing the number of claims being brought in employment tribunals. Write 2000 words about employment tribunal: Various changes have been introduced by the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013 and the Employment Tribunal (Constitution and Rules of Procedure) Regulations 2013, with the aim of reducing the number of claims being brought in employment tribunals.
Explain how the employment tribunal system operates and critically evaluate how these changes might impact on a potential employee considering bringing a claim and an employer defending such a claim.
deal with the subject straight away in the opening paragraph. Avoid long introductions scanning the breadth of the subject area. order the facts and arguments in a logical order). support your arguments with adequate facts( cases) and ( Laws) authorities.) References materials www.dfee.gov.uk Department of Education and Employment.
www.emplaw.co.uk – Source of information on all aspects of employment law, ( Taylor S & Emir A (2012) Employment Law -An Introduction, 3rd ed. Oxford – OUP, Deakin, S., (1986), Labour Law and the developing employment relationship in the UK, Cambridge Journal of Economics, 10: 225-246
Corby, S., and Latreille, P., (2012) Employment Tribunals and the Civil
Courts: Isomorphism Exemplified’ Industrial Law Journal, 41(4): 387-406
Hepple, B., (2013) Back to the Future: Employment Law under the Coalition Government Industrial Law Journal (2013) 42 (3): 203 – 223
Dickens, L., (2014) The Coalition government’s reforms to employment tribunals and statutory employment rights—echoes of the past, 45 (3): 234-249
Electronic Sources
www.westlaw.co.uk – case law, legislation and an excellent journal database
www.lawtel.co.uk – case law, legislation and journals. www.dti.gov.uk
www.hse.gov.uk
www.lowpay.gov.uk
www.statistics.gov.uk
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