Tribunal fees were denying access to justice and needed to change – CIPD

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Commenting on the Supreme Court judgement on Employment Tribunal Fees, Rachel Suff, employment relations adviser at the CIPD, the professional body for HR and people development, said:

Posted inNews archiveon28 Jul 2017 Company ProfileCIPDView profile »

“The judgement signals a welcome end to the current tribunal fee system. Given the staggering drop in claims since tribunal fees were introduced in 2013, it’s clear that the fees were denying access to justice for many people. Sadly, this suggests that some perfectly valid claims have never been heard.

“If we are to build more open, inclusive and tolerant workplaces then workers have to have

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