Compensation for Employees Made Redundant Due to Administration
1st March, 2019
If more than 20 employees are made redundant from a single place of work, they may be entitled to compensation of up to 13 weeks pay if their employer fails to adequately inform and consult with them. This type of claim is known as a ‘Protective Award’ and must be made within 3 months of the dismissal.
Our solicitors have a proven track record of recovering compensation for clients where their employer is in administration and had failed to inform and consult with them prior to making them redundant.
We may be able to act under a ‘damages-based agreement’ which means that if your case is unsuccessful, you will not be charged a fee for our work.
If you have been made redundant due to administration, contact Steven Davies today for a free no-obligation chat to determine whether you may have a claim.
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