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    How to make a claim to an employment tribunal
    Need advice for making a claim to an employment tribunal


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    You can make a claim by following the following steps:

    - Fill a claim form. You can get a copy online

    - Write your statement [what your complaint is about]. Keep it short but make sure you include all the details about what you're complaining about.

    - Send you claim form to the employment tribunal.

    All the best with your claim.


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    You must make your claim within 3 months:

    - In dismissal cases the 3 month period begins from the date your employment ended.

    - In discrimination cases or complaints relating to non-payment of wages or holiday pay the 3 month period begins when the matter you are complaining about happened.


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    To do this you will have to fill claim form then add your statement in it after that send to employment tribunal.


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    The form to apply for the Claim is available. As suggested by many others, you can fill the details carefully, with your statement or letter. The process is simple but it takes some time to get the payment depending on the rules and the amount claimed.


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    You usually have to make a claim to the tribunal within 3 months of your employment ending or the problem happening.

    You can make a claim to an employment tribunal if you think someone has treated you unlawfully, eg your employer, a potential employer or a trade union. and before you make a claim, you must notify the Advisory.


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    The employment tribunal will definitely side on the employees. However, they are supposed to convene to settle issues. - Doug Battista


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    Tell your employee about deccriminationat work made a formal complaint or find out more about raising grievance and appealing a grievance outcomes in making a late claim about discrimination in the employment tribunal. You can make the claim on an employment tribunal if you think someone has treated you unlawfully such as your employer a potential employer or a trade union. The first we explore technique needed to create a corpus for our thread reconstruction or research.


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    there have made many mobile apps to know this laws in different countries


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