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ET statistics for January to March 2019 show single claims increased by 6%

Ministry of Justice employment tribunal statistics for January to March 2019 show that 9,500 single claims were received, together with 19,000 multiple claims, an increase of 6% and 13% respectively, compared to the same period last year.
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Ministry of Justice employment tribunal statistics for January to March 2019 show that 9,500 single claims were received, together with 19,000 multiple claims, an increase of 6% and 13% respectively, compared to the same period last year. The most common complaint was unlawful deductions from pay, followed by unfair dismissal, with equal pay third. During this period, 26% of the cases disposed of were ACAS conciliated settlements, 22% were withdrawn, 11% were struck out and 11% were successful at hearing.


The updates are kindly provided by Simons Muirhead & Burton Law firm

This update provides summary information and comment on the subject areas covered. Where employment tribunal and appellate court cases are reported, the information does not set out all of the facts, the legal arguments presented and help judgments made in every aspect of the case. Click on the links to access full details. If no link is provided, contact us for more information.  Employment law is subject to constant change either by statute or by interpretation by the courts. While every care has been taken in compiling this information, SM&B cannot be held responsible for any errors or omissions. Specialist legal advice must be taken on any legal issues that may arise before embarking upon any formal course of action.

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