The 26 July 2017 should go down in legal history. It should be remembered as the day the Supreme Court shocked everyone by ruling that the Government’s regime of fees in the Employment Tribunal (ET) system was, in fact, illegal.
Age UK has long opposed the fees, believing they are unfair and unsustainable – if employers know they can get away with treating workers illegally, then statutory employment rights aren’t worth the paper they’re written on. The laws on age (and other) discrimination that we all fought hard for would be completely undermined. Continue reading “Employment tribunal fees (at last!) ruled ‘out of order’”