||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 260 (Dec)
||Employment Appeal Tribunal
Langstaff J, Mr B Gibbs and Mr S Yeboah
||10 November 2005
Employment tribunal - Jurisdiction - Statutory basis of jurisdiction - Employer alleging failure to comply with dispute resolution procedures - Whether dispute resolution procedures complied with - Whether tribunal having jurisdiction to hear complaint - Construction of relevant statutory provisions - , s 32(2) - (Dispute Resolution) Regulations 2004, , regs 2(1), (1).
In the course of upholding an employment tribunal's decision that the employee had been constructively dismissed, the Employment Appeal Tribunal gave guidelines on the construction of provisions of the and the accompanying (Dispute Resolution) Regulations 2004, , for the purpose of deciding whether the tribunal had the necessary jurisdiction to hear the claim.
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