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Employment Tribunal Fees : Effect on clients of Citizens Advice Bureaux

Rose, Emily and McDermont, Morag and Busby, Nicole and Sales, Adam and Kirk, Eleanor (2015) Employment Tribunal Fees : Effect on clients of Citizens Advice Bureaux. [Report]

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Abstract

This report considers the effect the introduction of Employment Tribunal (ET) fees has had on workers who seek advice from Citizens Advice Bureaux (CABx) for their employment problems. The data presented are a subsample of 14 workers about whom information was collected as part of a European Research Council funded project entitled Citizens Advice Bureaux and Employment Disputes . The overall aim of this project was to understand workers’ experiences as they attempted to resolve problems faced at work, including identifyi ng barriers to justice.