Threat to tribunals sparks controversy

Overell, Stephen
June 1996
People Management;6/13/1996, Vol. 2 Issue 12, p5
Reports that a group of experts of an influential trade union with links to the Labour Party is proposing that the industrial tribunal system be scrapped and replaced by a network of labour inspectors and labour courts to settle employment disputes. Increase in the number of applications registered at tribunals; Factors that contributed to the crisis in tribunals; Criticisms on the proposals of the trade union.


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