As an employee of 2+ years service, am I entitled to 1 month's pay or 3 months pay?I am told redundancy will be calculated as 1.5 weeks pay for each complete year of service.
Province/Country relating to question: UK
Hello and thank you for your question, which I will be happy to assist you with. Please let me know what is your contractual notice period?
I have just replied that my contractual notice period is 1 month
ok, in this case you are entitled to the following:1. one month's notice as per your contract2. Statutory redundancy payment, dependent on a number of factors - this can be calculated here: www.direct.gov.uk/redundancy.dsb3. Accrued holidays that remain untaken by the last day of your employment
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