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Before I can look into this, please can you tell me how long you had worked there for, prior to filing the claim?
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Hi I was actually just looking into this. You say it was rejected under 10(1)(c) - what specifically was the reason? Also do you mean that you wish to resubmit the claim against the other 3 respondents?
The decision to reject the claim under rule 10 can be made by the tribunal staff without referring the case to an employment judge. If the ET1 is rejected under rule 10, it will be returned to the claimant with a notice of rejection explaining why it has been rejected. The notice should also contain information about how to apply for a reconsideration.
If the claimant is still in time to correct the defect and re-present their claim within the original time limit, then it is open to them to do so, without the need for reconsideration. This would only really be required if the time limit to claim has elapsed and a judge needs to decide whether to allow a claim to be submitted out of time.
So if your claim was rejected on the basis of no early conciliation number present for the 3 respondents and you have now obtained that and you are still within time to make the claim, just ask them to correct this issue and to include them.
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In part under Rule 10(2) but it is not so much a matter of where exactly it is contained, rather than it is not mentioned anywhere to the contrary and it is accepted procedural practice. Not every single piece of procedure will be contained anywhere specific
You do not have to quote anything to them to do this - there is nothing specific that says this word for word, it is just accepted practice that you are still within time to make the claim and as such you can correct it. As mentioned not every practice or policy is specifically referenced
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