Tag Archives: Pregnancy discrimination

ET claim statistics: No alarms, no surprises

Three months ago, on this blog, I rashly suggested that Employment Tribunal (ET) claim/case numbers may at last have settled at a new, post-ET fees ‘normal’. And the latest set of quarterly statistics, published by the Ministry of Injustice this morning, … Continue reading

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Give me six. Why not?

Extend the time limit for submitting an employment tribunal claim – from three months to six months – in cases of pregnancy or maternity discrimination. Hmmm. Yep, I was pretty sceptical when serious people – including Equality & Human Rights … Continue reading

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Employment tribunal fees: All you need is Gove

With almost four months having passed since Ministry of Injustice officials dumped their ET fees review report in the intray of the nation’s slowest reader – junior injustice minister Shailesh Vara MP – and two months having passed since the justice … Continue reading

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