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Redundancy package

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jaabaar Thu 18-Oct-12 13:58:51


I was made redundant and will loose my job end of the year. Our company will close down.

We received a letter saying that statutory redundancy will be paid.
I read many times that you should negotiate a good redundancy pay, however how can you if you are offered the statutory minimum allowed.

Also another question:
I know that everyone gets paid as per their years of service and weekly wages. However is it allowed to give some employees the staturory minimum and to others more?

Thank you. So worrying to loose job when having mortgage and children... and at end of the year is not very good timing.... anyways to all of you here who are in the same boat - all the best and good luck!


redskyatnight Wed 07-Nov-12 13:36:07

If your company is closing I can't see that you have anything to negotiate. There is absolutely no reason for the company to give you more than the statutory minimum.

thinkfast Fri 23-Nov-12 20:05:24

Redskyatnight is right but only if they followed the right redundancy procedure including a consultation process

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