The Employment Judge is legally qualified. One wing member will come from an employer-biased background and the other from an employee-biased background (e.g. former members of the CBI and former union representatives). The Tribunal’s decision can be unanimous or by a two-to-one majority. However, for certain claims, including unfair dismissal cases, the Employment Judge may decide to sit alone.
A summary of the different types of compensation that could be awarded in unfair dismissal and discrimination claims.
Receiving a claim
Employment tribunal litigation
This factsheet sets out the key steps in employment tribunal litigation.