By Hardy et al
The 1998 Employment Rights (Dispute answer) Act and the 2002 Employment Act search to alter the present face of united kingdom employment legislation dispute answer. Conciliation through in-house disciplinary and allure tactics needs to now be earlier than resorting to a tribunal listening to. Alternatively,in dismissal instances, employers and staff can either conform to visit arbitration. This booklet will help the events concerned to equip themselves with wisdom of those new strategies and approaches.
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The arbitrator shall: (1) act fairly and impartially as between the parties, giving each party a reasonable opportunity of putting his case and dealing with that of his opponent; and 8 9 See Chapter 6 for a detailed review of the law relating to challenges to arbitration awards. ERA 1996, ss 23, 48, 57 and 111. 6 below): • • • • • The first part of para 48 invokes and states simply the first of the rules of natural justice, which must be read with paras 38 and 39 of the scheme. These provisions oblige the arbitrator before appointment to notify Acas (which will notify the parties) of any matter which might cast justifiable doubts as to impartiality.
The main focus of interest in the ER(DR)A 1998 was the proposal that in certain cases, where the parties so agree, Acas rather than the employment tribunals should have a role in adjudicating on unfair dismissal claims. It is important to note that this new role for Acas is quite separate from its longstanding role in seeking to settle and conciliate unfair dismissal claims prior to a tribunal hearing, and that Acas will continue to perform this function even when the new scheme is in operation.
1 An invalid agreement (1) If the agreement fails to comply with any of these provisions, it does not constitute a valid reference to arbitration under the scheme; the parties will either have to settle the matter by other means, or take or continue tribunal proceedings. (2) The wording of the scheme appears to envisage that the parties can still pursue the dispute in the tribunal if Acas rejects the arbitration agreement on the basis that it does not satisfy the requirements set out above, assuming that the proceedings in the tribunal have been stayed rather than withdrawn.