Wardle v Credit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank

Career-long loss only to be awarded in exceptional cases
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The Court of Appeal has reduced a career-long discrimination compensation award, finding that an employer only has to compensate a former employee up to the point where it is likely that the individual would have found an equivalent job. When calculating future losses, tribunals should assess the loss suffered up to a certain point in time when an employee would be likely to secure another job on similar terms, rather than award compensation up to the point when there was certainty that the employee would secure another job on equivalent terms.
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