The following Employment Tax guidance note by Tolley in association with Hogan Lovells provides comprehensive and up to date tax information covering:
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A wrongful dismissal is a unilateral breach of the employment contract by the employer. It occurs most often in a situation where the employer:
Wrongful dismissal, unlike unfair dismissal, does not depend on legislation. It is a common law cause of action that is based on the breach of the employment contract. This does not mean that a wrongful dismissal cannot also constitute an unfair dismissal, or vice versa.
See the Termination of employment guidance note.
The employee suffering breach of contract by way of a wrongful dismissal is to be put into a position that they would have been in had the contract been performed. If an employee is deemed to be wrongfully dismissed, they will be entitled to compensation for all the benefits that they would have received had they remained employed until:
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