||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 352 (Nov)
||Employment Appeal Tribunal
Judge Serota QC, Ms P Tatlow and Professor P Wickens
||The employees appeared by their representative.
||The employer appeared by his representative.
||20 October 2004
Employment - Unfair dismissal - Automatic unfairness - Right to bring complaint of alleged unlawful deductions from wages - , s 104.
A right to take proceedings before a tribunal in a case of unlawful deduction of wages was a protected right so far as s104(1)(b) of the was concerned. It followed that, in all the circumstances, a chairman of an employment tribunal had erred in striking out that complaint of the employees, notwithstanding that they had been unable to identify a relevant statutory right for the purposes of s104 at the time.
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