appalling incompetence by an employment tribunal, yet the claimant loses out

Elliott v The Joseph Whitworth Centre Ltd is a decision of the Employment Appeal Tribunal which demonstrates what can only be described as an abject failure of the judicial process. In his judgment His Honour Judge McMullen QC describes the chronology of relevant events as “sad and disappointing”. Mr Elliott had been working as a…

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new National Minimum Wage from 1 October 2013

One of the more surprising political stories to emerge this month was Allegra Stratton’s BBC report that the Conservatives are considering ways in which to raise the National Minimum Wage. Apparently the intention is to strike a balance between increasing people’s earning power while avoiding a negative impact on the number of people in employment.…

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