(1) An [employment tribunal] shall make an award of compensation, to be paid by the employer to the employee, if—
(a) an order under section 113 is made and the complainant is reinstated or re-engaged, but
(b) the terms of the order are not fully complied with.
(2) Subject to section 124 [. . .], the amount of the compensation shall be such as the tribunal thinks fit having regard to the loss sustained by the complainant in consequence of the failure to comply fully with the terms of the order.
[(2A) There shall be deducted from any award under subsection (1) the
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