Central Arbitration Committee


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Central Arbitration Committee

a UK body with power to arbitrate in cases where employers contest the legal right of TRADE UNIONS to receive information relevant to COLLECTIVE BARGAINING and where unions claim that pay structures are discriminatory. Since 2000 it has overseen the STATUTORY UNION RECOGNITION PROCEDURE. See ARBITRATION, DISCLOSURE OF INFORMATION, DISCRIMINATION.
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Another growth area for employment law in 2018 will be the gig economy after the Employment Appeal tribunal determined that Uber drivers were workers, whereas the Central Arbitration Committee decided that Deliveroo drivers were self-employed.
The Central Arbitration Committee, who oversee regulation of labour laws, ruled the food delivery app's couriers were self-employed.
The Central Arbitration Committee, which oversees regulation of labour laws, ruled the food delivery app's couriers were selfemployed.
However, the Central Arbitration Committee, the government body that deals with such disputes, ruled in favour of the union in May.
But if Churchill does not respond in a set time, the union plans to put evidence before the Independent Central Arbitration Committee which has statutory powers to rule on issues of recognition.
AResponsibility for enforcing the regulations and settling disputes lies with the Central Arbitration Committee (CAC).
If they fail to do so, the employees can refer the matter to the Central Arbitration Committee who will make an order requiring the employer to take action.
The big cash payments have been made after the Central Arbitration committee the Government's industrial relations "court" ruled that the 54 women were being discriminated against.
Amicus has now begun a claim for statutory trade union recognition through the Central Arbitration Committee (CAC).
However, the GMB say they are applying to the Central Arbitration Committee for formal recognition and clarification on the matter.
The off-licence chain had initially refused to recognise Usdaw, but was forced into an agreement when the union submitted a case to the government's Central Arbitration Committee.

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