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Interim Relief in the Employment Tribunal


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What is Interim Relief?

If you have been unfairly dismissed, interim relief is a way to ask the Employment Tribunal (ET) for an order that your employment contract should continue until after the ET has ruled on your claim for unfair dismissal. If you are successful, you can get your job back,  get another job with your employer, or continue receiving all your salary and benefits until the final hearing or longer if there is an appeal. If you are successful in your interim relief application and lose the case for unfair dismissal at the final hearing, you will not have to  repay the salary and benefits that you received.

Interim relief only applies to employees who have been unfairly dismissed for one or more of the reasons set out in s. 128(1) Employment Rights Act 1996 (ERA 1996) &

Last Updated: [22/02/2022]