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Adjective or Adverb?
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This exercise asks you to identify the appositive in the example sentences. Print the exercise and click the "Go to Answers" link to see the answers for this exercise.
This exercises asks you to practice and apply these "a"/"an" rules. Print and complete the exercises, and click the "Go to Answers" link to see the answers for this exercise.
Count and Noncount Nouns
These exercises ask you to practice using count and noncount nouns and include an exercise on using quantity terms. Print these exercises and click the "Go to Answers" link to see the answers for this exercise.
This exercise asks you to work with prepositions of direction: to, toward, on, onto, in, or into. Print the exercise and click the "Go to Answers" link to see the answers for this exercise.
These exercises ask you to recognize shifts in tenses: simple present, present perfect, simple past, past perfect, future, and future perfect. Print the exercise, and complete the sentences with the appropriate tense and control shifts in example paragraphs. Click the "Go to Answers" link to see the answers for this exercise.
Employment Law Assignment Essay
4309 WordsApr 1st, 201518 Pages
Explain the aims and objective of employment regulation
2 & 3
Describe the role played by the tribunal and courts system in enforcing employment law
Explain how cases are settled before and during legate procedures
Describe when and how a contract can be changed lawfully
Explain the main requirements of redundancy law
Explain the main requirements of the law Business Transfers
Identify the major requirements of Health and Safety Law
Explain the significance of implied duties as regards the management of employees at work
Explain the principles of the law on freedom of association
References & Bibliography
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Tutor: Linda Rave Hand…show more content…
The aim of this early conciliation is to encourage as many cases as possible to settle ‘compromising’ the claim through a settlement agreement (previously called a ‘compromise agreement’) an agreement achieved through Acas conciliation (a ‘COT3’). Appendix 3 is an early conciliation Flow Chart (ACAS)
If differences cannot be resolved an ET1 can be submitted to the tribunal with the relevant fee. The claim is then logged (by the claimant) and a copy is sent to Acas and to the employer (respondent), along with an ET3 form. The employer has 28 days to complete and return the response form to the Tribunal. If the claim form is not returned on time a default judgment may be entered and the respondent will not be permitted to defend the claim. The time limit for a submission is within 3 months of the date of termination of employment, certain clams such as redundancy have a 6 month limit
Once the tribunal has made a decision, an award can be given. This can include compensation, payment of wages or any money that is due to the employee. Reinstatement and re-engagement are also a choice but both of these are very rare. Judgment may not always be given on the day of the hearing.
1.3 Explain how cases are settled before and during formal legal procedures
There are a number ways that problems can be resolved in workplace without taking legal