This legislation will protect workers and ensure that all furloughed employees who are being made redundant receive their full entitlement, providing some reassurance during this challenging time.
These changes will also apply to Statutory Notice Pay, which is where employees must be given a notice period before their employment ends, varying from at least one week’s notice up to 12 weeks’ notice, depending on how long they have worked for their employer. During this notice period, employees must be paid. Other changes coming into force will ensure basic awards for unfair dismissal cases are based on full pay rather than the reduced furlough pay.
For further information on what you should know if you are facing redundancy, please click here to read our latest article.
Redundancy ranks as one of the most stressful life experiences for many people and it is natural to have lots of questions. It is important that you seek expert legal advice at the outset to ensure you are aware of your rights and options. Our employment law specialist, Lisa Aitken is available to advise you if you have been made redundant, if your employer is making changes to your contract or indeed, if you have been offered a settlement agreement.
Contact Lisa today on 07960 469988 or email: LisaA@moore-tibbits.co.uk to talk through your situation and the options available to you.