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Book review | The Employment Tribunals Handbook: Practice Procedure and Strategies for Success – 3rd edition

Alan Payne, John-Paul Waite and Jonathan Dixey Bloomsbury Professional Ltd, 2011, £18.99 ISBN: 978-1847666727

9 March 2012

The aim of this book is to be a guide to the operation of employment tribunals and the powers at their disposal. Written by three practising barristers who specialise in employment law, it more than meets its aim.

 

The authors comprehensively address each stage of the employment tribunal claim process providing informative, useful and accurate guidance. The structure of the book makes it easy to navigate and perfect for a person embroiled in litigation and in need of a quick answer.

 

The first chapter sets the scene and although this is most likely aimed as those dealing with an employment tribunal for the first time, it is an interesting read. The book as you would expect is very practical and each chapter deals with a stage in proceedings from initiation of a claim to hearing preparation and appeals. There is an excellent ex...

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