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Outcome of hearing

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The outcome of the hearing is the final decision of the Employment Tribunal about the proceedings or of a particular issue in those proceedings. It may include an award of compensation, a declaration or recommendation and it may also include orders for costs, preparation time or wasted costs either in favour or against a party to the proceedings. Note that the Employment Tribunal records outcomes for each act (or jurisdiction), not for the hearing.

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