How not to communicate – A Millennial Job Interview

A light-hearted look at the different workplace aspirations and expectations that baby-boomers and millennials have and the ways in which they may fail to communicate with each other. These different (and often fundamental) expectations can lead quickly to resentment, relationship breakdowns and disputes if the parties do not find ways to communicate effectively with each other.

Almost all workplace mediations have at their core a failure to communicate well. This may be as the result of a conversation that never happened or a conversation that happened, but for whatever reason, did not go well. Continue reading “How not to communicate – A Millennial Job Interview”

Trebles all round for Employment Lawyers!

Mediation Employment Claims Treble

It’s trebles all round for employment lawyers as the most recent figures from the Ministry of Justice show that in the quarter from July to September 2017 the number of claims issued in the Employment Tribunal trebled.

In the period , April to June 2017, 4,241  individual claims were issued, but in the three months from July to September 2017 that number rose to 7,042.  Furthermore, there was a 144% increase in the number of multiple claims durinbg the same period. These figures appear to suggest that the abolition of Tribunal fees following the Supreme  Court decision in July 2017 has had a significant impact on the issuing of claims.  Continue reading “Trebles all round for Employment Lawyers!”