Employment Tribunal Cases Continue to Surge14 Jun 2019 // In the press
Head of Employment Helen Crossland features in The Times.
After the Supreme Court ruled in 2017 that tribunal fees are unlawful, employment disputes in courts have risen by 6%. Head of Employment Helen Crossland gave her expert advice in The Times, explaining that that despite the number of new claims stabilising, employer clients often face a long wait to find out if a claim has been brought against them once early conciliation has ended.
Read the full article in The Times here.
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