Tag: Tribunals and Grievances

Employment Law Update 2018: London

10th October 2018

A report on our conference covering changes to employment rights in 2018.

Future of Labour Law: progressive rights under a progressive government – London

14th June 2018

An event report on what progressive workers' rights could look like

Employment Law Update 2013 Ken Gill Memorial Fund

6th November 2013 – 10:30 am

Settlement agreements the Acas Guide JULY 2013.pdf, Paul Statham - Fees Fines & Fighting Back Presentation.ppt, Stuart Brittenden - Equal... Read more »

Employment Law Update 2013 Ken Gill Memorial Fund

9th October 2013 – 9:30 am

Simon Cheetham - Compromising your rights slides.ppt, Deshpal Panesar Equal Opportunities Update Paper.doc, Deshpal Panesar Equal Opportunities Update presentation.ppt, Deshpal... Read more »

Employment Law Update 2012 Ken Gill Memorial Fund

31st October 2012 – 10:30 am

Flyer ELU Liverpool 31-10-12.pdf, Bernie Wentworth - The law on contractual changes.ppt, Camilla Belich - The Equality Duty.ppt, Jo Seery... Read more »

Friction Dynamics: Learning the lessons from a forgotten dispute

2nd July 2012 – 1:30 pm

IER Friction Dynamics Briefing.pdf, Bryan Davies - Friction Dynamics Report.pdf

Seminar Papers: Grievance and Disciplinary Procedures & Employment Tribunal Rules

14th August 2022 – 10:30 am

Speakers’ Papers from Grievance and Disciplinary Procedures and Employment Tribunal Rules: Fairness or Fudge? a seminar Wednesday 13th June, 2007

Workplace issues: Redundancy, victimisation and worse?

14th August 2022 – 10:30 am

Workplace issues: Redundancy, victimisation and worse? About the conference The Workplace issues conference had as its focus the economic environment for workplace reps with practical, hands-on information on contract changes, redundancy, victimisation and the Grievance procedures as amended under the Employment Act 2008 The conference was held primarily due to the success of its counterpart conference in Liverpool and was organised to give workplace reps the tools to navigate the economic climate. The conference opened with a presentation from officers from the GMB Southern region who spoke about the success of the Brighton refuse workers’ strike earlier this year.