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Schedule of loss spreadsheet – Unfair Dismissal

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The schedule of loss calculates a payment for each different type of loss. The losses are called ’Heads of Loss’ or ’Heads of Damage’, and your schedule of loss will show how much you are claiming under each head of loss. Losses are calculated on gross pay for the Basic Award and net pay for […]

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The schedule of loss calculates a payment for each different type of loss. The losses are called ’Heads of Loss’ or ’Heads of Damage’, and your schedule of loss will show how much you are claiming under each head of loss. Losses are calculated on gross pay for the Basic Award and net pay for the Compensatory Award. The schedule of loss is made up of;

  1. The Basic Award or Redundancy Payment
  2. The Compensatory Award.

The following heads of loss come under the Compensatory Award;

  • Wages/Salary due
  • Payment in lieu of notice
  • Outstanding holiday pay
  • Past loss of earnings
  • Future loss of earnings
  • Loss of future pension entitlements
  • Where you are claiming discrimination, it will include injury to feelings aggravated or exemplary damages, damages for personal injury
  • Any Employment Tribunal fee you have paid

This Excel Spreadsheet has been developed specifically for an unfair dismissal claim. Use it with the guide to calculate your Basic and Compensatory Award with precision. With this spreadsheet, your heads of loss are easy to calculate with formulas for adjustments such as the ACAS uplift and grossing up options at a nominal 20% or 40% tax rate built in.

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