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Update number 474 • 04 March 2020

 Annual Revision of Compensation Limits

The annual order for revising compensation awards in Employment Tribunal has been made - http://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2020/205/made

The new amounts will apply to all cases where the dismissal (or event giving rise to the claim) occurs on or after 6 April 2020.

The main rates of compensation are as follows:

 

Current Limit

Amounts from 6/4/2020

Limit on a week’s pay for the basic award for unfair dismissal and statutory redundancy payments

£525

£538

Maximum basic award

£15,750

£16,140

Maximum unfair dismissal Compensatory award (or one year’s gross pay whichever is lower)

£86,444

£88,519

Unfair Dismissal additional award for failure to comply with a reinstatement or re-engagement order

£13,650
£27,300

£13,988
£27,976

Minimum basic award for unfair dismissal on trade union, or health and safety, grounds, or for being an employee representative, etc.

£6,408

£6,562

Award for unlawful inducement relating to union membership, union activities, or related to loss of collective bargaining rights

£4,193

£4,294

Limit on amount of guarantee payment in respect of one day

£29.00

£30.00

The compensation rates are different for Northern Ireland.

We will be updating the Employment Law Briefing on Compensation & Remedies shortly.

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