What are the general rules about a late application to an industrial or a fair employment tribunal?Posted in : Seamus Says - Employment Law Discussion on 5 April 2019
"I think I have a claim of age discrimination against a former employer. I was denied a promotion a couple of years ago, and have since left the company. New information has come to light, and I think I should take a claim, but I’m outside the normal three-month time limit here. Could you explain the rules and whether there is any case law that might help me in my late application?
We got a further one there which is an employer promoting three employees to directors. The positions were not advertised, and at a recent tribunal, the MD stated the appointments were the decisions of the company owners, being himself and two others. The three appointments came with new contracts and an
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