Discipline and grievances

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Author: David Lipworth, Baker & McKenzie and Natasha Childs, Trowers & Hamlins
Resource type: ELA Briefing
New regulations are being made under clauses 31–33 of the Employment Act 2002. They make provision for the application of the statutory dispute resolution procedures set out in schedule 2 to the Act and, in certain circumstances, extend the statutory time limit for the bringing of claims to which the statutory procedures apply.
Author: Peter Schofield, head of legal affairs Engineering Employers Federation
Resource type: ELA Briefing
I am writing this having just been quoted in the Daily Telegraphdescribing the draft dispute resolution regulations as “a dog’s dinner”. The Department of Trade & Industry consulted fully before launching its consultation paper on the draft, but I don’t think that my comment was too wide of the mark. Consider some of these potential outcomes of the draft regulations. An employee does not attend a meeting called by his employer under the procedure.
Author: Tony Hyams-Parish Rawlison Butler
Resource type: ELA Briefing
April 2003 saw the implementation of a number of so called ‘family friendly’ laws. New rights to take paternity and adoption leave and the right to request flexible working, as well as changes to maternity rules, have been introduced under the Employment Act 2002. New regulations extending the questionnaire procedure to equal pay claims also came into force at the same time.
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