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

The following Employment practice 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
  • Adding sections and section information to the schedule
  • Excluded symbols
  • Viewing the section output, adding notes and viewing the integrated guidance text
  • Editing or deleting entries
  • Case details
  • Background details
  • More...

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

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 claim, and

  3. produces a structured document setting out details of the loss claimed and how the total is reached

The application can be accessed here: LexisCalculate Employment: Schedule of Loss application. It should be opened in a Google Chrome, Firefox or Internet Explorer (versions 9-11) web browser. It may be necessary to enter your existing Lexis®PSL username and password when first accessing the site.

Beta version—schedules for unfair dismissal claims

The current version of the application is a beta version. This means that not everything has yet been perfected, although all calculations and the basic layout are fully fit for purpose. All feedback on this beta version will assist us in developing and improving this application.

The beta version allows a user to create a schedule of loss or counter-schedule for an unfair dismissal claim. The settings assume that:

  1. the claimant’s dismissal was on or after 29 July 2013

  2. the claimant is entitled to make a claim for unfair dismissal (see Practice Notes:

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