INTERIM UPDATE AVAILABLE NOW! The definitive annual guide to employment remedies and how to calculate them
We have updated the text, tables and worked examples in the current edition to reflect the new rates, caps and other figures that came into force on 6th April 2021. Pre-order the 8th edition now and you will be able to download this updated resource immediately so that have all the up to date figures at your fingertips.
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In print now: Employment Tribunal Remedies Handbook 2020-21
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