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- Important Considerations Before Applying
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- Employer or Employee Panel?
- Skills, Experience and Competencies
- Recruitment Process
- Hear From Current Non-Legal Members
- Who to Contact for Support?
- Candidate Packs and Terms
Employer or Employee Panel?
You will be asked to state in your application whether you are applying to sit on the employer panel or the employee panel. You must choose; you cannot apply to sit on both.
Your preference is likely to be based on your experience, for example:
Employer Panel members are likely to hold experience of employment norms, practices and challenges from the perspective of the employer. Your experience may have been gained, for example, from being a business owner, holding a role in HR, investigation officer or operations manager/supervisory roles.
Employee Panel members are likely to hold experience of employment norms, practices and challenges from the perspective of the employee or worker. Your experience may have been gained for example from being a trade union official, regional trade union officer, workplace representative, companion at disciplinary or grievance hearings or time spent working with an organisation such as Citizens Advice.