Employment Law Leicester - Redundancy - Advice and Help

Redundancy generally occurs when an employees contract is terminated because their employers goes out of business or the role they currently fill no longer exists i.e. becomes redundant.

As regards redundancy the Employment Act 1966 provides that:

  • Employees with more than 2 years of continuous service have a right to payment if the reason for their dismissal was redundancy.
  • The maximum number of years of continuous service that can be taken into account when calculating payment  is 20.

The total value of the final payment may be influenced by various factors including age and payroll.

It is essental that you are aware of your legal standing regarding redundancy both as an employer and employee. Employment Law Leicester can reassure you of the leaglity of the process. Our Leicester based employment lawyers and solicitors are ready to take your enquiry today. 

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