Working Families does not advise in detail on the conduct of Employment Tribunal claims, as this is a specialist area which is outside the remit of our charity. However, we have set out some general advice in this page on these three types of Order which you may come across in the Employment Tribunal, as we speak to service users who sometimes ask about these issues.
Detailed information on calculating damages and compensation and giving evidence of loss at Employment Tribunal.
An example Schedule of loss and remedy based on the scenario in precedent 1.
Information about and drafting a schedule of loss.
Most people never go to an Employment Tribunal, so it’s difficult to know what to expect when you do. Our step by step guide can help you understand the process.
These are the key steps in a typical tribunal case for sex discrimination.
Information on drafting the ET1 form for an employment tribunal.
Tips on collecting and presenting evidence.
An example letter to the respondent asking for more information.
Information on drafting witness statements, cast lists and chronologies.
How to get information from the Respondent (the employer).
An example letter informing the respondent of a request to the Tribunal for an Order for disclosure.
What to do if the Respondent will not supply the Claimant with answers and documents in good time.
Sample Letter requesting the Employment Tribunal make an Order that the respondent provide additional information and documents
A letter to the tribunal where the respondent has not provided information requested.
An example of a witness statement based on the scenario in precedent 1.