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D. Remedies for employee representatives: TUPE and TULR(C)A

Division CII Time Off Work
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D. Remedies for employee representatives: TUPE and TULR(C)A

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D.     Remedies for employee representatives: TUPE and TULR(C)A

The remedy for an aggrieved employee is to complain to an employment tribunal (ERA 1996 s 63). The complaint may be that the employer has unreasonably refused time off or that, having permitted the employee time off, the employer has failed to pay the amount due, in whole or part. Failure, or even refusal, to allow time off is not in itself a ground for complaint; it must be shown that the employer unreasonably refused to allow time off. The reasoning of the EAT in the case of Walker v North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Trust (above, para

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