Tribunal Claims Continue to Rocket

Nicola Mullineux

Nicola Mullineux

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02 Jan 2019

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Here is a comparison of tribunal cases for the three months of July to September 2018, compared to the same period in 2017. The huge rises are because of the lifting of fees in July 2017.

The statistics continue to show that claims are increasing following the removal of tribunal fees in July 2017 – this continuing increase is contributing towards the delay for cases to be heard, leaving some employers with a tribunal claim hanging over their business for more than a year.

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About the Author

Nicola Mullineux

Nicola Mullineux, as Group Content Manager, leads a team of employment law content writers who produce guidance and commentary on employment law, case law and key HR developments. She has written articles for national publications for over 10 years and regularly helps to shape employment of the future by taking part in Government consultations on employment law change.

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