Employment tribunal increase despite tougher rules

Two years ago the government changed the rules that concern employment tribunals. The idea was to prevent frivolous claims and to make sure more grievances were resolved in-house.

However, this year has seen a 30 per cent increase in employees taking employers to employment tribunals - to 115,000 - and the government is now talking of making further changes to the system.

In Employment tribunals face review (BBC News: Business) it is clear to see that employer organizations are happy with this move.

It'll be interesting to see what the TUC makes of the rise in employment tribunals and the news that the system is to change yet again.

I'd be interested to know the ratio between those who are members of a union and those who are not who take their employer to an employment tribunal

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