A legitimate trade dispute meaning ‘any dispute between employers and workers which is connected with the employment or nonemployment or the terms or conditions of or affecting the employment of any person’.
Grounds for a legitimate Trade dispute
The sacking of an employee for an unfair reason is grounds for a legitimate trade dispute. This includes constructive dismissal
- Employment policy
The firm could recruit employees who are not qualified to do the job and this could cause conflict with the existing employees. This gives rise to a legitimate trade dispute.
- Range of duties.
The employee should not be asked to perform tasks that are not in the work contract or to perform menial tasks in comparison to qualifications.
THIS IS A VERY SPECIFIC ANSWER SO TAKE NOTE.