Reinstatement Order

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A remedy for unfair dismissal that may be ordered by an employment tribunal. The order requires the employer to treat the employee as if they had never been dismissed: this involves re-employing the employee on the same terms of employment with no loss of pay, pension rights or continuity of employment, and with the benefit of any pay rises or other improvements that they would have enjoyed if they had not been dismissed. If a reinstatement order is not appropriate, the tribunal may consider a re-engagement order.

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