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i am employed on a 12 month rolling contract. If i was made

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i am employed on a 12 month rolling contract. If i was made redundant would the employer be required to pay 12 months salary
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: UK Law
Expert:  A. Stewart replied 7 years ago.

Do you have a contractual notice period? How long have you been working for the company?

Customer: replied 7 years ago.

No, i do not have a contractual notice period (unless it is buried in standard Terms and Conditions which apply to all employees) This is a privately owned Company employing about 250. I was engaged in May 2008 at an executive level and on the offer of employment it is stated:


TERM OF CONTRACT: 12 month rolling


I am not anticipating redundancy but would like some clarification

Expert:  A. Stewart replied 7 years ago.

Thanks for the clarification.

In the absence of a contractual notice period, the company would be required to pay you 12 months salary as notice pay if you are made redundant.

Hope this helps.


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