Order for Re-engagement

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Order for Re-engagement - (noun)


Employees in the United Kingdom who believe they have been unfairly dismissed by their employer can bring a case in an employment tribunal. If the tribunal finds in the employee’s favour, it can issue a re-engagement order. This orders the employer to re-employ the employee on new terms with no loss of continuity of employment.


Source: Adapted from EurWork and Thomson Reuters
Example of Use: A re-engagement order was issued by the employment tribunal, which meant that the employer had to re-employ the worker who had been unfairly dismissed.