Most working individuals want to put in place a provision for when they eventually retire, or provide in some way for their families should the worst happen. According to government statistics, over 7 million workers have already benefited from the government drive to impose workplace pensions.
At a meeting to discuss Brexit, news of the long awaited review of the tribunal fee structure was highlighted in Parliament by the national press; talk of falling tribunal cases and evidence that low paid and vulnerable workers are failing to access justice has understandably has sparked concern for Parliament and the Unions. But is it all as bad as the press have implied? Do the Tribunal fees actually prevent the vulnerable from seeking the justice they need in an Employment Tribunal?