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Law Resources: Employment
Promoting employment relations and HR excellence.
European society is evolving due to factors such as technological progress, globalisation and an ageing population. Crucially, it was also heavily impacted by the economic and financial crisis of 2008 and its fall-out. European employment, social affairs and equal opportunities policies aim to improve living conditions by promoting employment, sustainable growth and greater social cohesion. The EU is a catalyst in social change, seeking to increase employment and worker mobility, improve the quality of jobs and working conditions, inform and consult workers, combat poverty and social exclusion, promote equal opportunities and combat discrimination, as well as modernise social protection systems.
Employment, social affairs and equal opportunities
Author: Neil Addison, barrister
Designed to provide practical information and relevant web links for anyone who is the victim of harassment or who has been wrongly accused of harassment.
Non profit site working to provide a legal resource to those working against bullying or harassment of any kind in the workplace.
Services: Law Publishers
We publish practical, accessible books, sites and tools for both lawyers and those who become involved in legal proceedings, for business or personal reasons, and need to know more. Our growing range now covers employment, family law, Court of Protection
Long-standing employment law service on the web. Law Cards - Detailed and incisive guides written by leading lawyers and linked to legislation and cases. Case. Summaries - Over 25 years of employment cases searchable by topic and linked to full reports. Articles, News and Features - Latest news, opinions and topical features.
The Directory: Community Support and Advice
Information and advice on the rights of low paid workers.
The Directory: Courts and Tribunals: Tribunals
We are responsible for handling appeals against decisions made by the Employment Tribunal where a legal mistake may have been made in the case. This might be because the Employment Tribunal: got the law wrong didn’t apply the correct law didn’t follow the correct procedures and this affected the decision had no evidence to support its decision was unfairly biased towards the other party We also hear appeals and applications about decisions made by the Certification Officer and the Central Arbitration Committee.
We are responsible for hearing claims from people who think someone such as an employer or potential employer has treated them unlawfully. Examples of unlawful treatment claims that we may hear include: unfair dismissal discrimination unfair deductions from pay
We are responsible for handling appeals from those involved in supplying workers for agriculture, horticulture, shellfish gathering or food processing and packaging which challenge a decision by the Gangmasters Licensing Authority to: refuse to grant a licence revoke a licence add extra conditions to a licence turn down a request to transfer a licence
The Directory: European and EU Institutions
Created to contribute to the planning and design of better living and working conditions in Europe.
The Directory: International Organisations
Tripartite UN agency that brings together governments, employers and workers of its member states to promote opportunities for women and men to obtain decent and productive work in conditions of freedom, equity, security and human dignity.
The Directory: Law Associations: Barristers
Forum of consultation on behalf of those barristers throughout the UK, in private and employed practice, who work in employment law.
The Directory: Law Associations: Law
The Industrial Law Society was founded in 1964 as an organisation where both sides of industry and all those involved in employment law can meet regularly and informally to exchange views. The Society is a registered charity. It aims to promote the understanding of labour law and industrial relations and to stimulate debate in these fields. Our members are lawyers, academics, HR and personnel practitioners, trade union officials and members, judges, journalists and civil servants. Companies, trade unions and educational establishments are corporate members.
The Directory: Law Associations: Lawyers
Members are qualified lawyers, both barristers and solicitors, practising in employment law in the UK and organisations engaged in the practice of employment law.
The Directory: Local Government Organisations
Working with local authorities, regional employers and other bodies to lead and create solutions on pay, pensions and the employment contract.
The Directory: Public Bodies A
Acas stands for the Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service. The service aims to improve organisations and working life through better employment relations, working with employers and employees to solve problems and improve performance. Acas is an executive non-departmental public body of the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills
The Directory: Public Bodies C
The Central Arbitration Committee (CAC) judges applications relating to recognition of trade unions. Its role is to promote fair and efficient arrangements in the workplace, by resolving collective disputes (in England, Scotland and Wales) either by voluntary agreement or, if necessary, through adjudication. CAC is a tribunal non-departmental public body of the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills
The Directory: Public Bodies N
The National Employment Savings Trust (NEST) Corporation is the trustee of the NEST occupational pension scheme. The scheme, which is run on a not-for-profit basis, ensures that all employers have access to suitable, low-charge pension provision to meet their new duty to enrol all eligible workers into a workplace pension automatically. NEST Corporation is an executive non-departmental public body of the Department for Work & Pensions
The Directory: Public Bodies R
Remploy is one of the UK's leading providers of employment and employment services for disabled people and those with barriers to work. Remploy is an executive non-departmental public body of the Department for Work and Pensions.
The Directory: Public Bodies U
We are a publicly funded, industry-led organisation that offers guidance on skills and employment issues in the UK. UKCES is an executive non-departmental public body of the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills.
The Directory: Regulators
We're a unit of the Ministry of Justice and we regulate the companies that offer a service for people hoping to claim compensation for personal injury, mis-sold financial products and services, employment and redundancy, criminal injury, industrial injury, housing disrepair