Guide to using the Lexis®PSL Employment Schedule of Loss application
Guide to using the Lexis®PSL Employment Schedule of Loss application

The following Employment guidance note provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • Guide to using the Lexis®PSL Employment Schedule of Loss application
  • Beta version—schedules for unfair dismissal claims
  • Security and retention of data
  • Creating a schedule
  • Case details
  • Background details
  • Basic award
  • Compensatory award
  • Past losses
  • Future losses
  • more

FORTHCOMING CHANGE: From April 2020, employer National Insurance contributions (NICs) will be payable on termination payments above £30,000. This change will be implemented by the National Insurance Contributions (Termination Awards and Sporting Testimonials) Act 2019. It was originally intended for this change to take effect from 6 April 2018 but on 2 November 2017, it was announced the Bill would be delayed and it would take effect from 6 April 2019. Then in the Budget 2018 it was announced that the change would actually take effect on 6 April 2020. In October 2019 draft regulations, the Social Security (Contributions) (Amendment No X) 2020, setting out how the new Class 1A Employer NIC charge will be reported and collected in real time through PAYE were published for consultation.

For more information, see reports of 23 November 2017, 30 October 2018, LNB News 25/04/2019 65, LNB News 01/05/2019 1, LNB News 26/07/2019 3 and LNB News 17/10/2019 86.

The automated unfair dismissal schedule of loss is designed to make the preparation of a schedule more efficient, accurate and also easier to update. It:

  1. can be used to create a schedule for a claimant or a counter-schedule for a respondent client

  2. carries out the statutory and mathematical calculations required to assess the value of a