Discrimination in employment: compensation and other remedies

This note examines how to assess compensation for discrimination under the Equality Act 2010. It looks at general principles of compensation, heads of damage (both financial and non-financial), tax issues and interest. It also covers tribunals' powers under the Act to make declarations and recommendations.

Practical Law Employment with Jane Fielding, Gowling WLG (based on an original by Simon Stephen, now at Deutsche Bank)


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