New Developments in Dispute Resolution: Pre-Claim Conciliation

Posted in : Supplementary Articles NI on 12 April 2011 Issues covered:

Eagle-eyed readers and anyone involved with industrial or fair employment tribunal claims will have noticed a change of approach of late from the Labour Relations Agency in Northern Ireland. They have, and will continue to promote, earlier approaches in employment disputes than might have been seen in the past.

Much of the new responses came from the DEL consultation exercise into dispute resolution in NI, which also led to the repeal of the statutory grievance procedures and brought us a new code of practice on disciplinary and grievance matters:

In relation to the LRA conciliation of tribunal claims, the law has now changed and the emphasis is on getting in quickly

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