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Yes but I don't understand what you mean when you simply give me a question saying you need clarification.
I understand the facts but I'm not sure what you need clarification on. For example, are you asking who will owe you termination pay and how much if you are terminated?
MIf you are not being offered a position with the new employer that is identical and with the same pay as with your former employer, and where the new employer guarantees that you are being treated as if this is a continuous employment, then your former employer absolutely owes you termination pay. It is the same as if your former employer was dismissing you.
If you are not provided with termination pay and you sue ioyou will have to provide proof of damages. If you get a new job right away there are some damages because you won't have the years of employment to back you up if you are dismissed but the damages are not quite the same.
Do you see what I mean?
It should be offered to you now.
You don't have any security so you have to demand termination pay from the current employer now.
Yes that would make a lot of sense.
You are very welcome.