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schedule of loss noun

a document prepared by the claimant in an employment tribunal case giving details of the money they have lost because of being wrongfully or unfairly dismissed from work. This could include such things as loss of wages, legal costs, banking charges caused by overdraft/direct debits being missed and the costs associated in looking for new employment etc
You should work out how much compensation you think your employment tribunal claim is worth by preparing a schedule of loss.

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