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Employment Law Guides/Documents & templates
The How-to Guides offer additional information not found in our free information pages. Documents & Templates are provided with guidance notes. Members can access them as part of their Membership.. Free users must pay to download the guide. To buy a single guide, click on the button next to the guide you wish to purchase. You do not need to have membership to purchase guides, documents and templates, but membership is the most cost effective way of using our website. Find out more about our Services and Membership.. If you have any problems using any of our guides email Advice Now for help.
Schedule of Loss Calculator
A Schedule of Loss is very important for your Employment Tribunal claim. It is very important for your Employment Tribunal claim since it tells the Judge how much you think you should be paid if you are successful. The Employment Tribunal will usually order you to produce a schedule of loss and show how you have calculated each amount you are claiming for your losses. You don’t get what you don’t ask for in your schedule of loss and you can mess up your entire claim if you get it wrong. Our schedule of loss calculator does exactly what it says on the box. It helps you calculate your compensation with precision and comes with guidance and tips for success at each step. Your losses are easy to calculate because the formulas are built-in together with adjustments such as the ACAS uplift, grossing up options and interest. You input your information into the data fields and it calculates your compensation for you, making sure that you claim everything you are entitled to correctly. You can save and return to it later. When you have finished, you can download it to your desktop ready to send to the Employment Tribunal. Members can access the Schedule of Loss Calculator as part of their Membership. Free users must pay to access the Schedule of Loss Calculator.
The ACAS Code defines grievances as “concerns, problems or complaints that employees raise with their employers”. You can raise a grievance about things like your terms and conditions of employment, health and safety, workplace relationships, new working practices, organisational changes, equality, discrimination, bullying and harassment, and whistleblowing. If you don’t raise ab grievance before going to the Employment Tribunal, your compensation can be reduced by up to 25%. The Grievance Builder provides in depth direction on writing your grievance including explanations of your rights. It shows you how to draft a compelling grievance and includes templates and precedents for different types of grievance.
Your case is started when you present your case on the approved form which is known as the ET1 Claim Form. You must complete this form correctly or your claim will be rejected. The most important part of your claim are your “Grounds of Complaint”. This where you apply legal principles to the facts of your case. If you get this wrong, you lose your case. The ET1 Builder helps complete the claim form correctly and helps you set out your claim so that the Employment Tribunal understands what you want to say and the legal principles you want to apply to your case. With guidance and resources, it helps you go step by step through legal principles in easy to understand language, and provides you with strategies and knowledge about your Employer’s defence with tools to pre-empt and prepare. You can save and return to it later. When you have finished, you can download it to your desktop ready to send to the Employment Tribunal. Members can access the ET1 Builder as part of their Membership.. Free users must pay to access the ET1 Builder.
Time Limits Calulator
You must present your claim to the Employment Tribunal (ET) within the 3 month statutory time limit. Time limits are strictly applied in the Employment Tribunal. If you miss your time limit you will not be able to proceed with your claim and this is the first thing that your employer will check when they receive your claim. Our free Time Limit Calculator helps you calculate the latest date by which you should file your claim in the Employment Tribunal.
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