Employment Tribunal Remedies Handbook 2017-18

Employment Tribunal Remedies Handbook 2017-18

Regular price £40.00

General Editor: Benjamin Gray, Barrister, Littleton Chambers
Foreword by Judge Brian Doyle, President of the Employment Tribunals (England & Wales)

About the book

The Employment Tribunal Remedies Handbook is the definitive, annual handbook to the financial remedies available in employment claims and has also been cited in the EAT (Shifferaw v Hudson Music Co Ltd UKEAT/0294/15/DA).

This new edition has been fully updated to factor in the very latest rates and compensation caps that came into force in April 2017 plus the key cases and legislative developments of the past 12 months.

Covering over 100 topics from ACAS to Zero-hours Contracts, each entry provides a potted summary of the relevant law, facts and figures so the reader can quickly find the answers to questions such as:

  • Basic Award: what adjustments can be applied and in what order?
  • Contributory Fault: what heads of loss can be reduced?
  • Ex Gratia Payments: when can they be deducted from a compensatory award?
  • Grossing up: how and when should this be calculated?
  • Injury to feelings: does the Simmons v Castle uplift apply?
  • Protective Awards: does the limit on a week’s pay apply?

The text is crammed with worked examples, so you can see clearly how the law would be applied, and a collection of essential tables makes it easy to double-check the latest relevant rates.

Published in A4 for maximum portability, the book is re-issued annually to ensure that it is up to date so you can rely on it in any negotiation, mediation or hearing.

What's new in this edition?

The 2017-18 Edition has been fully reviewed and updated to cover all these live issues in employment remedies:
  • limits and caps that apply from April 2017;
  • new entries on Judicial assessment/mediation, Re-engagement and Reinstatement;
  • information on tax changes in force from April 2018; 
  • supplementary entry on Holiday pay following Lock;
  • fees/costs entries updated following various EAT cases involving LiPs;
  • further updates relating to the Simmons v Castle uplift on Injury to feelings awards; 
  • recent caselaw regarding when an ACAS uplift can be awarded; 
  • new discount rate for PI awards.
Order yours to make sure you have the latest on all these topics with you at any hearing, grievance or negotiation.

Who should buy the book?

  • Solicitors and barristers acting in employment law cases
  • Advisers in mediation and negotiation over employment disputes
  • HR professionals
  • Trade Unions
  • Anyone representing themselves in an employment dispute

What our readers say

"an excellent and thoroughly practical publication... a must-have source of reference for any professional person, legal or otherwise, who is involved with UK employment law"
John Wright, employmentlawexpert.co.uk

"undoubtedly, an excellent publication for practitioners"
Mirza Ahmad, Barrister, St Phillips Chambers

"very handy to have on the desk when doing calculations of loss and for settlement purposes .... A good buy!"
Elaine Heslop a solicitor at Your Employment Settlement Service

Bibliographic info

Publication: August 2017
ISBN 978-0-9935836-3-6
Print or digital: £40
Print & digital bundle: £60 + VAT
190 pages
A4, Spiral Bound

Contents

The Employment Tribunal Remedies Handbook covers over 100 topics and includes over 30 essential tables - all in a single portable A4 book

  • ACAS (The Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service)
  • Accelerated payment: discount for early receipt
  • Accompaniment to a disciplinary, grievance or flexible working meeting 
  • Additional Award
  • Adjustments
  • Aggravated damages
  • Arrears of pay (reinstatement/re-engagement)
  • Basic Award
  • Basic award, maximum
  • Basic award, minimum
  • Bonuses
  • Cap on a week's pay
  • Cap on wrongful dismissal damages
  • Compensation cap
  • Compensatory award
  • Concurrent unfair and wrongful dismissal
  • Contractual notice period
  • Contributory conduct
  • Costs and wasted costs
  • Damages for wrongful dismissal
  • Deferred pension
  • Detriment
  • Discrimination
  • Early payment of compensation
  • Effective date of termination
  • Ex gratia payment
  • Exemplary damages
  • Expenses
  • Fees
  • Final salary pension scheme
  • Financial losses
  • Financial penalties on employers
  • Fixed term contract
  • Fixed-term employee discrimination
  • Flexible working
  • Future loss of earnings
  • Garden leave
  • Gourley principle
  • Government Actuary Department
  • Grievance procedure
  • Gross weekly pay
  • Gross weekly pensionable pay
  • Grossing up
  • Guarantee payment
  • Holiday pay
  • Housing benefit
  • Immediate loss of earnings
  • Incapacity benefit
  • Income support
  • Individual respondents
  • Industrial action
  • Injury to feelings 
  • Insolvency
  • Interest
  • Interest on discrimination awards
  • Interest on unpaid compensation
  • Interim relief
  • Itemised pay statement
  • Job seekers allowance
  • Judicial assessment/mediation
  • Limitation period
  • Loss of chance
  • Marginal tax rate
  • Maternity Equality Clause
  • Mitigation
  • National Insurance Contributions
  • National Minimum Wage
  • Net weekly pay
  • Non-recoupable state benefits
  • Normal retirement date
  • Notice Pay
  • Parental leave
  • Part-time worker discrimination
  • Payment in lieu of notice
  • Pension loss
  • Physical and psychiatric injury
  • Polkey
  • Presidential guidance on remedy
  • Protected disclosure
  • Protective award
  • Qualifying period
  • Recoupment
  • Redundancy
  • Re-engagement
  • ​Reinstatement
  • ​​Schedule of loss
  • Settlement agreements
  • Sex Equality Clause
  • State pension
  • State Second Pension (S2P) 
  • Statutory cap
  • Statutory notice period
  • Statutory rights
  • Suspension
  • Tax and termination payments
  • Time off to accompany to ante-natal appointment
  • Time off to attend adoption appointments
  • Time off for ante-natal care 
  • Time off for dependants
  • Time off for employee representatives
  • Time off for employee representatives (Information and Consultation of Employees Regulations 2004)
  • Time off for employee representatives (OPPS Regs 2006)
  • Time off for members of a European Works Council
  • Time off for pension scheme trustees
  • Time off for public duties
  • Time off for study or training
  • Time off for union duties, activities and union learning reps
  • Time off for young person for study or training
  • Time off to look for work or arrange training after being made redundant
  • TUPE consultation
  • TUPE (failure to notify employee liability information)
  • Unfair dismissal
  • Union (member expelled or excluded)
  • Union activities or collective bargaining (inducements)
  • Union member, right not to suffer deduction of contributions to political fund
  • Union member, right not to suffer deduction of unauthorised or excessive subscriptions
  • Union member, right to compensation if declared to be unjustifiably disciplined
  • Union membership (blacklists, unfair dismissal/redundancy)
  • Union membership (refusal of employment)
  • Union membership or activities (detriment)
  • Unlawful deductions from wages
  • Week's pay
  • Working Time Regulations
  • Written reasons for dismissal
  • Written statement of particulars
  • Zero-hours contracts

Tables

  • Maximum Basic and Compensatory Awards, and the limit on Gross Weekly Pay
  • Interest Rates
  • Guarantee Payments
  • Class 3 NI Weekly Rates
  • National Minimum Wage Rates
  • Income Tax Allowances
  • Income Tax Rates and Taxable Bands
  • National Insurance Contributions - rates and allowances
  • Standard rates of Class 1 Contributions for 2015-2016
  • Income tax and NI - Gross to Net Salaries 2015 - 2016 Not contracted out of S2P for Class 1 NIC
  • Income tax and NI - Gross to Net Salaries 2015 - 2016 Contracted out of S2P for Class 1 NIC and pension contribution of 3%
  • List of abbreviated statutes and statutory instruments
  • Limitation periods and requisite minimum qualifying periods for claims
  • GAD pension tables 4.1-4.4; 5.1-5.4; 6.1-6.4; 7.1-7.2 
  • Ogden Tables
  • Statutory Notice Periods
  • Holiday pay crib sheet
  • Statutory Redundancy: Number of weeks depending on age and number of years
  • State pension age for women born on or before 5 December 1953
  • State pension age for men and women born after 5 December 1953
  • Fees for individual claimants
  • Fees for multiple claimants - Type A claims
  • Fees for multiple claimants - Type B claims
  • Specific Fees
  • Remission 1 Disposable capital test 
  • Remission 2 Gross monthly income thresholds – full remissions
  • Remission 2 Gross monthly income thresholds – partial remissions
  • List of Type A Claims
  • List of Type B claims
  • Matters to which the prescribed element is attributable
  • Statutory maternity, paternity, adoption, shared parental leave and sick pay rates
  • Time limits

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