Procedural fairness and remedies

Additional reading on the conceptions of procedural fairness

  1. H. Collins, ‘Capitalist Doctrine and Corporatist Law-Part I’ (1982) 11 Industrial Law Journal 78.
  2. H. Collins, ‘Capitalist Doctrine and Corporatist Law-Part II’ (1982) 11 Industrial Law Journal 170.
  3. S. Fredman and S. Lee, ‘Natural Justice for Employees: The Unacceptable Faith of Proceduralism’ (1986) 15 Industrial Law Journal 15.
  4. H. Collins, Justice in Dismissal (Oxford, OUP, 1992) 106–140.
  5. A. Sanders, ‘Part One of the Employment Act 2008: “Better Dispute Resolution?” ’ (2009) 38 Industrial Law Journal 30.

Additional reading on the standards of procedural fairness

  1. A. Sanders, ‘A Right to Legal Representation (in the workplace) During Disciplinary Proceedings?’ (2010) 39 Industrial Law Journal 166.
  2. P. Taylor, I. Cunningham, K. Newsome, and D. Scholarios, ‘ “Too Scared to Go Sick”—Reformulating the Research Agenda on Sickness Absence’ (2010) 41(4) Industrial Relations Journal 270.
  3. R. Saundry, C. Jones, and V. Antcliff, ‘Discipline, representation and dispute resolution-exploring the role of trade unions and employee companions in workplace discipline’ (2011) 42(2) Industrial Relations Journal 195.
  4. June 2011 Research Paper entitled ‘Evaluation of the Acas Code of Practice on Disciplinary and Grievance Procedures’, Ref: 06/11 by N. Rahim, A. Brown and J. Graham (NatCen).[1]
  5. Sanders, ‘Does Article 6 of the European Convention on Human Rights Apply to Disciplinary Procedures in the Workplace?’ (2013) 33 Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 791.
  6. A. Sanders, ‘The law of Unfair Dismissal and Behaviour Outside Work’ (2014) 34 Legal Studies 328.
  7. J. Atkinson, “Workplace Monitoring and the Right to Private Life at Work” (2018) 81 Modern Law Review 688.
  8. P. Collins and P. Fradley, “Policing the Boundaries of Articles 8 and 11 ECHR” (2019) 48 Industrial Law Journal 225.
  9. V. Mantouvalou, “I Lost My Job over a Facebook Post: Was that Fair? Discipline and Dismissal for Social Media Activity” (2019) 35 International Journal of Comparative Labour Lawand Industrial Relations 101.

Additional reading on remedies

  1. L. Dickens, M. Hart, M. Jones, and B. Weekes, ‘Re-employment of Unfairly Dismissed Workers: The Lost Remedy’ (1981) 10 Industrial Law Journal 160.
  2. P. Lewis, ‘An Analysis of Why Legislation has Failed to provide Employment Protection For Unfairly Dismissed Employees’ (1981) 19 British Journal of Industrial Relations 316.
  3. L. Dickens, M. Hart, M. Jones, and B. Weeks, ‘Why Legislation has Failed to Provide Employment Protection: A Note’ (1982) 20 British Journal of Industrial Relations 257
  4. P. Lewis, ‘A Note on Applicants’ Choice of Remedies in Unfair Dismissal Cases’ (1983) 21 British Journal of Industrial Relations 232.
  5. K. Williams, ‘Unfair Dismissal: Myths and Statistics’ (1983) 12 Industrial Law Journal 157.
  6. L. Dickens, M. Jones, B. Weekes, and M. Hart, Dismissed: A Study of Unfair Dismissal and the Industrial Tribunal System (Oxford, Blackwell, 1985).
  7. H. Collins, ‘The Just and Equitable Compensatory Award’ (1991) 20 Industrial Law Journal 201.
  8. M. Bennett, ‘Practicability of Reinstatement and Re-engagement Orders’ (1994) 23 Industrial Law Journal 164.
  9. H. Collins, ‘Compensation for the Manner of Dismissal’ (2004) 33 Industrial Law Journal 152–158.
  10. J. Bowers and J. Lewis, ‘Non-economic Damage in Unfair Dismissal Cases: What’s Left After Dunnachie?’ (2005) 34 Industrial Law Journal 83.
  11. Ministry of Justice and HM Courts and Tribunals Service, Employment Tribunals and EAT Statistics, 2011-12, 1 April 2011 to 31 March 2012, Table 5 at p 11, available at (last visited 15 March 2016).
  12. H. Collins, ‘Compensation for Dismissal: In Search of Principle’ (2012) 41 Industrial Law Journal 208.
  13. J. Howe, ‘Why Do So Few Employees Return to their Jobs? In Pursuit of a Right to Work Following Unfair Dismissal’ in V. Mantouvalou, The Right to Work (Oxford, Hart Publishing, 2015) 255.

[1] See (last visited 15 March 2016).