Guidance

The Information and Consultation of Employees Regulations 2004: CAC publications

Information from the CAC about the legislation, the statutory process and the way the CAC handles applications and complaints.

Documents

A Guide for Employers and Employees to the role of the Central Arbitration Committee

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Issues under the Information and Consultation Regulations on which applications or complaints can be made to the CAC

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Details

These guides are for employers, employees and their representatives who are associated with applications and complaints under the Information and Consultation Regulations. The guides contain:

  • a summary of the relevant legislation
  • a list of the applications or complaints that can be made to the CAC
  • a description of the statutory process
  • an explanation of the action the CAC will take

The legislation is in The Information and Consultation of Employees Regulations 2004 (Statutory Instrument 2004 No. 3426).

Published 23 October 2014