Thanks for your reply.
If you are in the fixed term of a tenancy agreement then the landlord cannot evict on on the ground of rent arrears until you are two months in arrears. So you have some breathing time there. but if you are to fall in to arrears then you should inform your landlord and explain your position to him. Appeal to his sympathy, it is better to engage landlord over these issues - they appreciate it.
Your husband does not need a solicitor to lodge a grievance with his employers. He just needs to set out his grievance (ie. giving factual details of his position) and explain that he wishes to initiate the statutory grievance procedure available to him and looks forward to a grievance hearing being arranged.. He should state that if following the grievance hearing he is still unpaid within a set time then he shall consider himself constructively dismissed and shall take legal advice and initiate a claim.
Info of grievances here:-
Before giving them notice that he formally considers himself constructively dismissed he should take advice from a no-win no-fee employment solicitor in his area, he can find them by using this search engine:-
Phone round and ask if they act on a no-win no-fee basis and ask for an initial consultation.
The difficulty is that if the company goes into liquidation then you husband will be in the queue with everyone else.
He needs to raise a grievance immediately, take advice from an employment solicitor, then possibly consider himself constructively dismissed and pursue a claim on that basis. Once constructively dismissed he will be able to seek new employment.
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