An employment tribunal is a legal body that resolves disputes between employers and employees. If you feel you've been treated unfairly at work, such as being unfairly dismissed or discriminated against, you can take your case to an employment tribunal to seek justice.

The tribunal listens to both sides of the story, examines the evidence, and makes a decision based on the law. It's a formal process, but it's designed to be more accessible than going to court, helping employees and employers resolve their issues fairly.

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