Employment Law Workshops for Activists – Understanding Employment Tribunals

28 June 2021 9:30pm–12:30pm

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Add to calendar2021-06-28 22:30:002021-06-28 13:30:00Europe/LondonEmployment Law Workshops for Activists – Understanding Employment TribunalsEmployment Law Workshops for UNISON Activists 28 June 9.30am - 12.30pm  Recently UNISON won an historical legal victory challenging the governments introduction of fees for employment tribunal. This workshop will give you the background on the importance of tribunals including:   What issues can be taken to a tribunal  The process of submitting an Employment Tribunal claim   How the tribunal hearing works and how it makes decisions The importance of tribunals for working people and how we won the fees case.  Online Get directions

Employment Law Workshops for UNISON Activists

28 June

9.30am – 12.30pm 

Recently UNISON won an historical legal victory challenging the governments introduction of fees for employment tribunal. This workshop will give you the background on the importance of tribunals including:  

  • What issues can be taken to a tribunal 
  • The process of submitting an Employment Tribunal claim  
  • How the tribunal hearing works and how it makes decisions
  • The importance of tribunals for working people and how we won the fees case.  

Important dates

  • Understanding Employment Tribunals

    28 June 2021 — 9:30 am

Interested?

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You should make your Branch aware that you are attending this course in order for them to keep their records up to date and ensure you receive up to date information relevant to your role.

If you are in need of support to request time off from your work to attend please talk to the branch to gain support.

You may have a local policy to support with gaining reasonable time off to attend training from your employer. There is also guidance via ACAS – Time off advice

If you have any questions about the course please do not hesitate to get in contact with us

Email: SW Education Enquiries

 

This course is tutored by Mark Everden Regional Education Organiser