Unfair Dismissal Calculator

Use this quick and simple calculator to work out your potential loss should you dismiss an employee unfairly.

Your unfair dismissal calculation

Unfair dismissal compensation consists of a basic award and a compensatory award.

In less than 3 minutes, we will give you your potential loss should you dismiss an employee unfairly.

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How many years of service did the Claimant have?
What is the Claimant’s age?
What was the Claimant’s approximate gross annual salary?


Does the Claimant have a new job?

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In addition to claiming unfair dismissal, many who have been dismissed also claim they were discriminated against.

Those who are successful in claiming discrimination are likely to be awarded additional compensation (unlimited), however we have not added a sum to reflect this in the calculation.


Fortunately, Croner are here to help

We are specialists in defending Employment Tribunals and we can even draft your ET3 response for you. If you have inadvertently breached employment law we can
still help, by negotiating with ACAS to reach an economic settlement for you.

The key to minimising your costs is getting your ET3 first response correct, by setting out the best possible defence.

This is vital to your success at an Employment Tribunal.


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*This figure is for indicative purposes only and is based on GB law and the information provided. It is not intended to serve as legal advice since the outcome of the case and any award would be dependent on the individual facts and circumstances of that case. A number of other factors can impact on an award, including previous employment (which may count towards the claimant’s period of continuous employment) and the tribunal’s estimate of future loss.