When in the opinion of a labour officer the termination of a contract is unjustified, the labour officer may recommend to the employer to pay the employee the following:
- The wages which the employee would have earned had the employee been given the period of notice to which he was entitled under his contract of service.
When in the opinion of a labour officer an employee’s dismissal or termination of employment was unfair, the labour officer may recommend to the employer to:
- Reinstate the employee and treat the employee as if the employee’s employment had not been terminated.
- Re-engage the employee in work compatible to that in which the employee was employed prior to his dismissal or other suitable work, at the same wage.