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Equal pay and the industrial tribunals.

B. A. Hepple

Equal pay and the industrial tribunals.

by B. A. Hepple

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Published by Sweet & Maxwell in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Great Britain.,
  • Wages -- Women -- Law and legislation -- Great Britain.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsKD3103.W6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination(80)p.
    Number of Pages80
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15036261M
    ISBN 100421328002

    His Honour Judge Jeremy McMullen QC is a judge of the Employment Appeal Tribunal and Southwark Crown Court. He was formerly a part-time chairman of employment tribunals, member of the ACAS panel of equal pay experts, and chair of the ILO Joint Panel, the Industrial Law Society and the Employment Law Bar s: 2. A complainant's equal pay claim may be stayed by an industrial tribunal until other sample cases (based on similar facts) had been dealt with; and she cannot demand to have her own case heard after the sample cases have been determined where there are no new facts or issues to be put before the industrial tribunal.

    Equal Pay (Complaints to Industrial Tribunals) (Armed Forces) Regulations (Northern Ireland) No. Northern Ireland Statutory Rules: Equal Pay (Amendment) Regulations (Northern Ireland) No. Northern Ireland Statutory Rules: The Sex Discrimination and Equal Pay (Remedies) Regulations (Northern Ireland) No. Tribunal Name: You can search for main decisions of the Industrial Tribunals or The Fair Employment Tribunal or both Tribunals. Decision Issued Year: You can search for main decisions that have been uploaded to our website from the beginning of Decisions issued before then are not available on the website but can be viewed in the Register of Decisions which is available for inspection at.

    "Employment tribunals began life as industrial tribunals in the mid s. Since then, their jurisdiction has expanded considerably under the Race Relations Act, equal pay legislation, the Sex Discrimination Act, various EU directives, legal judgments and the incorporation into UK law of the European Convention on Human Rights. The first half of the book looks at contracts in terms of mistake, misrepresentation, duress, undue influence, contractual terms, consumer protection, and remedies for breach. The next few chapters examine employment and focus on issues including wrongful dismissal, unfair dismissal, redundancy, equal pay claims, and anti-discrimination.


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Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Print book: English: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Great Britain. -- Equal Pay Act Get this from a library. Equal pay and the industrial tribunals: including the texts of the Equal Pay Actas amended by the Equal Pay (Amendment) Regulations ; the Industrial Tribunals (Rules of Procedure) Regulationsas amended by the Industrial Tribunals (Rules of Procedure) (Equal Value Amendment) Regulations [B A Hepple].

Get this from a library. Pyrrhic victories: winning sex discrimination and equal pay cases in the industrial tribunals, [Alice M Leonard]. History. Employment tribunals were created as industrial tribunals by the Industrial Training Act Industrial tribunals were judicial bodies consisting of a lawyer, who was the chairman, an individual nominated by an employer association, and another by the Trades Union Congress (TUC) or by a TUC-affiliated union.

These independent panels heard and made legally binding rulings in relation. Industrial Tribunal Applies Equal Pay for Equal Work Principle GANADO Advocates - Decem - Categories: Other News, Practice News On 9 Decemberthe Industrial Tribunal delivered a decision where it applied the equal pay for equal work principle to 5 employees who were doing the same work as other colleagues employed in a.

THE INDUSTRIAL TRIBUNALS CASE REF: /13 CLAIMANT: Margaret Evelyn McFarland RESPONDENT: Dungannon and South Tyrone Borough Council DECISION The unanimous decision of the tribunal is: (1) The claimant’s claim for equal pay on the grounds that she is engaged on “like work” with a male comparator is dismissed.

The “equal value. Equal Pay laws are designed to ensure that men and women are paid equally for the work that they do. All employees, both male and female, are protected regardless of the size of organisation that they work for or how long they have been employed.

Industrial Tribunals. Industrial Tribunals are independent judicial bodies in Northern Ireland that hear and determine claims to do with employment matters. These include a range of claims relating to unfair dismissal, breach of contract, wages and other payments as well as discrimination on the grounds of sex, race, disability, sexual.

Thousands of women council workers in Glasgow are set to receive payouts that unions estimate could reach more than £m in total following the resolution of a year equal pay battle. These Regulations revoke and replace the Industrial Tribunals (Constitution and Rules of Procedure) Regulations (Northern Ireland) as amended.

They have been drafted in simpler language and have been re-numbered and re-ordered. In addition to minor and drafting amendments and the updating of statutory and other references, these Regulations make the following changes of substance. This means that disputes involving, for example, equal pay, redundancy payments, unfair dismissal, and discrimination (on grounds of race, sex, disability, age, sexual orientation and religion or belief) can be taken to an employment tribunal to be resolved.

An employment tribunal claim can also be made against a trade union. The Judicial College’s Equal Treatment Bench Book provides guidance for judges and judicial office holders on equal treatment in respect of such matters as race, belief systems, children, disability, women, and sexual orientation.

This page on the Courts and Tribunals Judiciary web site provides access to the full text of the February Bench Book, as amended September   On 9June the claimant presented a claim for equal pay to the Industrial Tribunal in which she contended that she has been performing like work and/or work of equal value to that of Messrs A, B and C (hereinafter referred to as her comparators) from 1June, but has been denied equal pay to them in contravention of the Equal Pay Act.

Further, under the Employment Appeal Tribunals Rules of Procedurewhere an appeal is successful the EAT is able to make a costs order against the Respondent, requiring it to pay the cost of any appeal/hearing fees to the Appellant. The Office of the Industrial Tribunals and Fair Employment Tribunal age, part-time working and equal pay.

The Fair Employment Tribunal is an independent judicial body in Northern Ireland that hears and determines complaints of discrimination on the grounds of religious belief or political opinion.

These increased by 47 per cent to 66, on account of claims relating to equal pay and holiday pay. There w single claims in /, more than in / In /, there were claims that resulted in compensation for unfair dismissal and discrimination cases where compensation was awarded.

A large group of female workers had claims against Birmingham City Council for breach of the provisions of the Equal Pay Act (now part of the Equality Act ). Normally such claims would be brought in the employment tribunal, but the time limit for bringing claims before the tribunal is six months after the employment has finished and.

The bottom line is that Employment Tribunal claims are up 26% year on year: There w single claim receipts lodged between April to March ; There w single claim receipts lodged between April to March ; Unfortunately for employers, we’re still feeling the effects of the Supreme Court’s decision to scrap Employment Tribunal fees back in Explains the concept of pay, and the concepts of ‘like work’; ‘work rated as equivalent’ and ‘work of equal value’ Examines the ‘sex equality clause’ Provides a clear, concise explanation of how equal pay law works; Deals with the enforcement of equal pay claims in employment tribunals and the civil courts.

The Equal Pay Act was an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom that prohibited any less favourable treatment between men and women in terms of pay and conditions of employment.

The Act was proposed by the then Labour government, and was based on the Equal Pay Act of of the United States. It has now been mostly superseded by Part 5, chapter 3, of the Equality Act The total number of employment tribunals wasmade up of single and multiple claims.

Top 10 reasons for claims – financial year of / Working hours – 49, Equal Pay – 26, Unauthorised deductions (Formerly Wages Act) – 22, Unfair dismissal – 21, Breach of contract – 14, Sex discrimination – Making a claim to a tribunal can be time consuming and difficult for everyone involved.

Employment tribunal fees. You do not have to pay a fee to make a claim to an employment tribunal. Time limits.

A claim to an employment tribunal must usually be made within 3 .