Employment Act 1982


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Employment Act 1982

a UK statute regulating the CLOSED SHOP and TRADE UNIONS. It required that a closed shop be approved by a substantial majority of the workforce and that where such a ballot had not been held recently, anyone dismissed for refusing to join a trade union could pursue a claim for UNFAIR DISMISSAL. See EMPLOYMENT ACT 1980, EMPLOYMENT ACT 1988, EMPLOYMENT ACT 1990, TRADE UNION ACT 1984, TRADE UNION REFORM AND EMPLOYMENT RIGHTS ACT 1993.
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