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Where an employment tribunal upholds an employee's unfair dismissal claim, the following remedies are possible:
an order for reinstatement—ordering the employer to give the employee their old job back and to make good any loss of earnings from the date of dismissal to the date of reinstatement
an order for re-engagement—ordering the employer to give the employee a job comparable to their old job and to make good any loss of earnings from the date of dismissal to the date of re-engagement
an order for compensation, comprising:
the basic award, and
the compensatory award, and
an award of additional compensation
The way these possible remedies are applied is as follows:
the tribunal will explain to the claimant that it can make an order for reinstatement or re-engagement, and the circumstances in which they may be made
if the claimant
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