Employment Appeal Tribunal Directory

 

 

Employment Appeal Tribunal (England and Wales)

2nd Floor
Fleetbank House
2-6 Salisbury Square
London
EC4Y 8AE

Phone: 020 7273 1041  Fax:  01264 785 028

Email:  londoneat@hmcts.gsi.gov.uk

 

 

Employment Appeal Tribunal (Scotland)

Edinburgh Employment Appeal Tribunal

52 Melville Street

Edinburgh

Midlothian

EH3 7HF

Phone:  0131 225 3963 Fax:  01264 785 030

Email: edinburgheat@hmcts.gsi.gov.uk

 

 

Resources available

Template Letter Before Claim

How to Prepare a Schedule of Loss for the Employment Tribunal

Schedule of Loss Spreadsheet for unfair dismissal

Schedule of loss spreadsheet – Discrimination

ET1: Breach of Contract

ET1: Non-Payment of Holiday Pay on Termination

ET1: Non-Payment of Holiday Pay whilst still employed

ET1: Refusal to permit taking of Annual Leave

Disciplinary action and capability

Discrimination at work

Surviving a workplace suspension

How to fight dismissal on Probation

DOCUMENTS, FORMS AND LETTER TEMPLATES

 

 

 

Disclaimer

This resource is published by Employee Rescue Limited. Please note that the information and any commentary on the law contained herein is provided for information purposes only. The information and commentary does not, and is not intended to, amount to legal advice. Employee Rescue accepts no responsibility for any loss occasioned to any person acting or refraining from action as a result of the material contained in this publication.

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