Order for Reinstatement

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Order for Reinstatement - (noun)


If an employment tribunal rules that an employee has been unfairly dismissed, they might issue an order for reinstatement. This requires the employer to treat the employee as if he or she had never been dismissed.


Source: Adapted from Thomson Reuters
Example of Use: As a pay rise had been agreed in a collective agreement during the period of time she had been unfairly dismissed, the issuance of an order for reinstatement by the employment tribunal meant she went back to work with a higher salary.