- Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy
- Part of:
- Trade unions: guidance and codes of practice and Labour market reform
- 8 May 2006
Guidance on what is meant by unjustifiable discipline by a trade union.
Ref: BIS/06/559 PDF, 48.2KB, 10 pages
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Union members have the right not to be unjustifiably disciplined by their union.
This guide explains:
- what is meant by discipline by a trade union
- when discipline is unjustifiable
- how a complaint of unjustifiable discipline can be made to an employment tribunal
Published: 8 May 2006