Understand your redundancy rights
Redundancy can be an emotional and stressful experience, or it may be that you’re resigned to it and just need to know about the practicalities of moving forward. Either way, it’s natural to have lots of questions. BRR Law, based in Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire has a dedicated Employment Law department that offers expert legal advice in the area of redundancy.
Redundancy points to consider
If you’re facing redundancy, you’ll want to know if it’s fair and what the notice period is that your employers have to give you. Most importantly, you’ll want to know what are you entitled to in terms of redundancy pay, so you can budget accordingly.
The majority of employers follow the correct procedures and offer employee support during this challenging period. However, if you have concerns about any, or all of these issues, make sure you seek expert legal advice from specialist redundancy solicitors.
There is a time limit on claiming unfair dismissal
If you feel that you have been made redundant unfairly, then you’ll want to take action as soon as possible. It’s important to act quickly as you only have three months (less 1 day), from the end of your employment, to claim for unfair dismissal.
Our redundancy solicitors have in-depth experience of dealing with redundancy cases and will provide all the help and advice you need to ensure the best possible outcome. We’ll explain redundancy law, in plain English without legal jargon, so that you can start to plan your next steps. With our help, you’ll quickly understand what you are entitled to and how to achieve the best outcome for your future.