Employment Appeals Tribunal


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Employment Appeals Tribunal

a body which hears appeals against the decisions of INDUSTRIAL TRIBUNALS and the CERTIFICATION OFFICER.
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At the Employment Appeals Tribunal, it was held that the company was right to take highly sensitive commercial decisions involving reorganisation at a higher level without informing the employee.
Last night, company spokesman Stuart Oliver said: "I can now confirm that UK Coal will not be appealing the decision of the Employment Appeals Tribunal and will be making arrangements to pay the appropriate compensation for the breach of the 90-day consultation requirement.
His appeal to the Employment Appeals Tribunal was heard earlier this year and its findings were published yesterday.
A spokeswoman for the Employment Appeals Tribunal said: "Because of a potential conflict of interest the judge has made the decision not to hear this case personally.
However, he added: ``I can confirm that counsel expressed the initial opinion that the council would have a very good chance of success in an appeal to the Employment Appeals Tribunal.''
She told an Employment Appeals Tribunal she might have eaten a "chip, goujon or chicken wing" but added that food which was not bought was dumped at the end of the day.
A recent decision in the Employment Appeals Tribunal will give some comfort to businesses and the position is outlined further below.
A new ruling by the Employment Appeals Tribunal will increase the cost of employing staff by as much as a third, according to employment barrister Richard Powell of the Birmingham office of law firm DLA.
He is taking a case before an Employment Appeals Tribunal claiming he was unfairly selected for redundancy after administrators were appointed to Quinn Insurance Limited.
Mrs Azmi has now lodged papers with the Employment Appeals Tribunal in London.
When is a sub-contractor not a sub-contractor - when he is on holiday, according to a ruling by the Employment Appeals Tribunal.
The Employment Appeals Tribunal confirmed yesterday it will issue a legal order to force Fingleton to give evidence.

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