Future loss of earnings

You should include future loss of earnings in your schedule of loss if your claim includes dismissal. Although there is nothing preventing you from claiming one year’s loss of earnings, Employment Tribunals often limit future losses to a maximum of six months future loss of earnings. You must always show that you have made efforts to mitigate your losses by trying to find alternative employment. See: Checklist for claiming compensation in the Employment Tribunal The Basic Award The Compensatory Award How to prepare your schedule of loss for the Employment Tribunal Schedule of loss spreadsheet for unfair dismissal claims Schedule of loss spreadsheet for discrimination claims How to gross up your schedule of loss Mitigation Statement Template