How do I contact an Employment Tribunal?
The Tribunal’s telephone number is 0207 273 8603. Their fax number is 0207 273 8686.
How do I contact Hmcts Centralised?
If you have an urgent query, please call us on 0300 303 0648 between 8am and 5pm Monday to Friday.
Where are work tribunals held?
In normal times, most tribunal hearings are held in large rooms, rather than formal court rooms. The judge (or the panel) will sit at the front, with the parties to the case and their representatives sitting opposite on the front row of chairs with others behind.
What is the time limit for submitting an Employment Tribunal claim?
within 3 months
Time limits A claim to an employment tribunal must usually be made within 3 months less 1 day. This is known as the ‘limitation date’. For example, if an employee wants to claim for unfair dismissal, they have 3 months less 1 day from the date their employment ended to make the claim.
Do HM Courts and Tribunals send emails?
Phishing emails are being sent out, claiming to be from HM Courts & Tribunals Service. HM Courts & Tribunals Service does not issue Penalty Charge Notices. Fraudsters will copy the HMCTS logo and attempt to make the notice look genuine. Any genuine email from HMCTS will be sent from an @justice.gov.uk email address.
How do I watch an Employment Tribunal Online?
Observing an employment tribunal ET listings are available via https://www.courtserve.net. You will need to register for a (free) account to access the lists.
What are the contact details for the central London Employment Tribunal?
The contact details, telephone number and email address for the Central London Employment Tribunal are: The Tribunal’s telephone number is 0207 273 8603. Their fax number is 0207 273 8686.
Where can I find the Regional Secretary of the Employment Tribunal?
The Regional Secretary. The Central London Employment Tribunal. Victory House. 30-34 Kingsway. London WC2B 6EX. The Tribunal’s telephone number is 0207 273 8603. Their fax number is 0207 273 8686. The Central London Employment Tribunal’s email address is: [email protected]
What happens at an employment tribunal hearing?
There are three Employment Tribunals London (based in South London, Central London and East London). At the hearing, there will either be an Employment Judge sitting alone or in discrimination claims there will be three members of the Employment Tribunal. The Employment, who sits in the middle, is usually a Barrister or Solicitor.
Where is the employment tribunals Office in Huntingdon?
Office: Huntingdon Employment Tribunals, Walden Road, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire PE29 3DW Phone: 01480 415 600 Email: [email protected] There is no parking at the hearing venue.