This employment law guide explores the basics of the tribunal and conciliation process and offers guidance on how to avoid common pitfalls.

Employment Tribunals are a separate judicial body created to hear and decide disputes regarding employment rights between employee and employer. There are separate tribunals for England & Wales, with the Central Office located in Leicester; and Scotland, where the Central Office is located in Glasgow.

Individuals who want to bring a claim to Employment Tribunal must first comply with the requirements of the Early Conciliation service. With very limited exceptions, Tribunals will not allow a claim to progress unless the individual can provide proof that they have taken the initial steps involved in Early Conciliation.

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• Early Conciliation
• The Implications of Early Conciliation
• The Process to Bring a Claim
• Employment Tribunals Explained
• Employment Tribunal Awards
• Employment Tribunal Fees