Limits on tribunal awards will increase from 6 April 2022 as follows:
A note for employers
The new figures apply where the effective date of termination in dismissal cases and the relevant date for redundancy payments falls on or after 6 April 2022. This means that for any redundancies taking effect on or after 6 April 2022, statutory redundancy payments will need to be recalculated in line with the increased limits.
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