Redundancy Payments to Employees
In addition to procedures, payment is one of the primary redundancy obligations of employers, and you need to ensure payment is made to your employees. Avensure’s redundancy advice for employers is there to make sure you follow the correct process of redundancy pay. This includes giving at least two weeks notice and paying redundancy payments on the date of dismissal. Finally, you need to know whether your employees are due an enhanced redundancy payment.
Even if there is no provision for enhanced payment in an employee’s contract, it may be implied by custom and practice at your company. In short, if you pay enhanced redundancy to some employees, you need to pay it to all redundant employees. To help make sense of all this, call us at Avensure for redundancy support. For employers, a period of redundancies is already a challenging time. Rather than trying to decipher the complex legislation surrounding it, simply call our team for personalised, simple, easy to understand steps to make sure you comply with the law.