MoJ publish tables showing maximum and average ET awards 2017/8
Article by:Makbool Javaid |
The MoJ have published Employment Tribunal and Employment Appeal Tribunal Tables 2017 to 2018 which provide a breakdown of the awards made by tribunals for unfair dismissal and the discrimination jurisdictions. The maximum and average awards in that order are as follows: 1. Unfair Dismissal: £415,227 and £15,007; 2. Race Discrimination: £124,979 and £24,322; 3. Sex Discrimination: £36,616 and £13,212; 4. Disability Discrimination: £242,130 and £30,698; 5. Religion or Belief Discrimination: £6,846 and £5,074; 6. Sexual Orientation Discrimination: £24,100 and £12,550; and, 7. Age Discrimination: £10,432 and £6,796.
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