Redundancy Advice from Employment Law Birmingham
Our Birmingham solicitors can help you with redundancy advice. In general an employee will be redundant if the entire business in which he or she worked closes down, or if the business continues to trade, but there is no longer a requirement at the employee's particular place of work for workers of the employee's type.
Contact us today for expert legal advice on all aspects of employment law, including redundancy. When you call us on 0121 416 0372 you will speak to an employment lawyer who will be very happy to advise you.
In order to qualify for redundancy payments the employee in question must have been in continuous employment with the employer for at least 2 years prior to the date of dismissal. There are, however, some workers who will be excluded from this rule - contact us today to find out more about this.
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Statutory Redundancy payments will depend on factors such as your length of service, your age and your weekly pay. As a guide your minimum statutory redundancy payments would be as follows:half a week's pay for Half a week's pay for each complete year of service below the age of 22; • One week's pay for each year between 22 and 40; and • One and a half week's pay for each year above the age of 41. To find out more about statutory redundancy contact our Birmingham employment lawyers.
If are going to be made redundant, or have been made redundant recently, then you are entitled to work your notice period, go on gardening leave, or receive pay in lieu of notice. Check your employment contract for details of this, or contact us on 0121 416 0372 for assistance or representation in legal proceedings. In redundancy situations all employers have to follow a recognised procedure - contact our solicitors at Birmingham employment law if you need advice on this.
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