5th September 2017
In July this year the presidents of the English and Scottish Employment Tribunals started a consultation into injury to feelings/psychiatric injury awards in Employment Tribunals.
These types of awards are made in Employment cases relating to discrimination, and are commonly called “Vento” awards, after the case which established the principle of paying out for injury to feelings caused by unlawful discrimination.
5th September 2017In July this year the presidents of the English and Scottish Employment Tribunals started a consultation into injury to feelings/psychiatric injury awards in Employ
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