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Redundancy

Has your employer made you redundant? All employees made redundant are entitled to notice or notice pay and some may also be entitled to a statutory redundancy payment.

In order to be entitled to the statutory redundancy payment you must be an employee with at least two years of continuous service with the employer.

Currently the redundancy payment is calculated as:

  • Half a week’s pay for each completed year of employment between the ages of 18 and 21
  • A week’s pay for each completed year of employment between the ages of 22 and 40
  • A week and a half’s pay for each completed year of employment over the age of 40.

However, from April 2022 a week’s pay is capped at £571 and you can only claim for a maximum of 20 years’ service.

If your employer has failed to pay any amount due to you, or has failed to follow the correct redundancy procedure then our specialist employment team can help.