The rules on Early Conciliation of disputes by Acas
Introduction of fees in Employment Tribunals.
When an employee should put in an appeal or grievance letter.
Some types of employment-related claims can be brought in the civil courts, rather than in an Employment Tribunal. This advice page offers a high level summary of the way in which employment claims in the civil courts work.
Information on finding an adviser and on different ways of paying for advice.
General advice on the issue of costs in the Employment Tribunal.
This page highlights some of the key things you should consider before bringing an Employment Tribunal Claim.
Information on time limits for bringing employment claims.
An example list of issues for a case management discussion.
More details about qualifying for legal aid if you are facing discrimination in employment
Table of legal rights and remedies.
Example of a letter appealing a dismissal.
An example of a grievance letter. It can be a concern, problem or complaint that employees raise with employers in writing.
A letter before action to the employer from the claimant's legal representatives.
An example letter before action where the claimant is not being formally represented by a legal adviser.
An example response to the claim from an employer.
An example chronology based on the scenario in precedent 1.
The Acas Code of Guidance on Disciplinary and Grievance Procedures sets out good practice guidelines for the handling of disciplinary and grievance issues in employment.
An explanation of the Legal terms that you might need in an employment tribunal claim.
You do not have to have left employment in order to bring most kinds of employment-related claims. Information on taking a case to an employment tribunal.