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Hardy v Polk (Leeds) Ltd [2004] IRLR 420 EAT

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    13 July 2004

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  • Hardy v Polk (Leeds) Ltd

    1 June 2004

    In Hardy v Polk (Leeds) Ltd [2004] IRLR 420 EAT, the Employment Appeal Tribunal held that an employee who is dismissed without notice or pay in lieu of notice is under a duty to mitigate his or her loss in respect of the notice period, and that earnings received from another employer during the (nominal) notice period must be offset against the compensatory award.