Making an employment tribunal claim - is it worth it?
Changes to the way employment tribunals work mean that judges now have the power to throw out any claims they think won't succeed before they reach a tribunal hearing.
All claims must satisfy certain legal tests, depending on the type of claim you're making. Before you make a claim, it's important to think about how strong it is and how likely you are to win.
These pages tell you more about the how to assess the strength of your claim to help you decide whether it's worth taking it forward.
Claiming compensation for breach of contract including non-payment of wages and for unpaid notice or unpaid pay in lieu of notice.
What is meant by detriment and the legal tests used by an employment tribunal (ET) to a claim for detriment.