114 Order for reinstatement
114 Order for reinstatement

(1)     An order for reinstatement is an order that the employer shall treat the complainant in all respects as if he had not been dismissed.

(2)     On making an order for reinstatement the tribunal shall specify—

(a)     any amount payable by the employer in respect of any benefit which the complainant might reasonably be expected to have had but for the dismissal (including arrears of pay) for the period between the date of termination of employment and the date of reinstatement,

(b)     any rights and privileges (including seniority and pension rights) which must be restored to the employee, and

(c)     the

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