Unfair Dismissal Compensation: Deductions

Compensation

Compensation & Deductions 

In this episode 9 of the HR & Employment Law Podcast I bring you a summary of a recent Employment Appeal Tribunal Case, Contract Bottlling Ltd v Cave and McNaughton. In which the Appeal Tribunal gave a very helpful judgement on the way in which deductions from unfair dismissal compensation should be dealt with.

The particular issue in this case involved a question over deductions from unfair dismissal compensation due to a principle known as Polkey.

Particularly you will learn….

  • What the key principle is when deciding unfair dismissal compensation
  • The deductions that can be made from compensation
  • What a ‘Polkey’ deduction is
  • How a ‘Polkey’ deduction is and should be calculated

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Podcast references

In this episode I refer to the case of Contract Bottlling Ltd v Cave and McNaughton and you can read the full judgement here

If you would like to read more about the principles in Polkey I have created a legal update post here

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