Tag Archive: compensation

disability discrimination

Employee awarded £4.7 million for discrimination claim

The Employment Appeal Tribunal has upheld the judgment of an Employment Tribunal to award aroundView Article

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Is a dismissed employee entitled to compensation for loss of Permanent Health Insurance benefits?

Employers often provide their employees with permanent health insurance (PHI)  during periods of long termView Article

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PHI
re-engagement

Can an employer be forced to re-engage an unfairly dismissed employee?

If an employee succeeds in a claim of unfair dismissal against their employer, they canView Article

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What is the appropriate level of injury to feelings award for a one-off act of discrimination?

An individual who succeeds in a claim of discrimination in the Employment Tribunal can claimView Article

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injury to feelings
section 1 statement

Compensation for failure to provide a section 1 statement?

Employers currently have an obligation to provide employees whose employment is to continue for moreView Article

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What is the cost of injury to feelings? Increase in compensation guidelines.

Claimants who succeed in a claim of discrimination in the Employment Tribunal are able toView Article

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injury to feelings
employment law developments

Christmas countdown – top five employment law developments of 2017

Every year we see a number of significant changes in employment law that affect employers,View Article

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The cost of injury to feelings: increased compensation in discrimination claims

Claimants who succeed in a claim of discrimination in the Employment Tribunal are able toView Article

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injury to feelings compensation
right to be accompanied

Breach of the right to be accompanied: what is the cost?

Employees have a statutory right to be accompanied by a work colleague or trade unionView Article

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