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How to Calculate Multiple Discrimination Claim Awards?


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Does anyone know how does multiple discrimination claim awards are calculated. For example if someone is claiming for (1) Disability Discrimination (2) Marriage Discrimination and (3) Victimisation will they all be individual awards based on tiers or is one lump sum award if successful? It will also be useful to know how to calculate these awards if someone can help!

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have you fund a comparator by looking at previous cases and awards?

Are they all for the same event or have you suffered 3 different episodes of discrimination. If it a continuous  wrongdoing then you will look at a higher tier for say DD than you would for a single event

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Where can I find comparators and cases? 

It all started with 1 discrimination which leads to another discrimination and followed by victimisation and eventually leading to Constructive Dismissal. 

The employer wanted a Strike out for discrimination claim at preliminary hearing in tribunal but didn’t succeed. Therefore the asked for schedule of loss for possible settlement.

This is what I am not sure about, if whether all discrimination should be differently calculated if there are common grounds?

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Think about "how hurt were your feelings" rather than "how many different routes were used." So the overall consequence.

 

https://www.workingfamilies.org.uk/articles/calculating-damages/

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