- How do I prepare for a redundancy consultation?
- How long does a redundancy consultation last?
- What are you entitled to when you are made redundant?
- What are the stages of redundancy?
- Can I be made redundant if my role still exists?
- How long does it take for redundancy to be paid?
- What questions do you ask in a redundancy consultation?
- How long after being made redundant can I get another job?
- Can you work if you have been signed off sick?
- Does consultation always end in redundancy?
- What can I expect at a redundancy consultation?
- Do I need to work my notice if made redundant?
- Does redundancy pay count as income?
- How long after being made redundant can I sign on?
- Can you go off sick during redundancy?
How do I prepare for a redundancy consultation?
You (the employee) should:Ask your employer to clarify the aim and objectives of the consultation exercise.
Work through your pre-prepared questions.Discuss your preferences.
Confirm that your views or preferences at this stage are non-binding (without prejudice) for example, a request for a redundancy quotation.More items…•.
How long does a redundancy consultation last?
There’s no time limit for how long the period of consultation should be, but the minimum is: 20 to 99 redundancies – the consultation must start at least 30 days before any dismissals take effect. 100 or more redundancies – the consultation must start at least 45 days before any dismissals take effect.
What are you entitled to when you are made redundant?
If you’re being made redundant, you might be entitled to redundancy pay. … There are 2 types of redundancy pay you could get: ‘statutory’ redundancy pay – what the law says you’re entitled to. ‘contractual’ redundancy pay – extra money your contract says you can get on top of the statutory amount.
What are the stages of redundancy?
Five-Step Redundancy ProcessExplore Whether Or Not You Can Avoid Redundancies. … Identify The Employees You Will Make Redundant. … Hold Redundancy Consultations. … Giving Staff Notice. … Deciding On Redundancy Pay.
Can I be made redundant if my role still exists?
Can I be made redundant if my job still exists? … Redundancy is only allowed if there’s no longer a need for the role to exist, and it certainly isn’t legal for you to be made redundant only for your job to be taken by someone else shortly after you’ve been made redundant.
How long does it take for redundancy to be paid?
This largely depends on how quickly the RPS processes the claims, but it aims to pay within 3 to 6 weeks of receiving the claim. Hopefully this will mean that your claim will be paid out within 8 weeks of the liquidation.
What questions do you ask in a redundancy consultation?
Ask why; why now; what are they hoping the redundancy or redundancies will achieve; what will happen to your duties and responsibilities; what alternatives have they considered (for example, furlough etc)? Make sure your concerns are known and make sure you obtain a response from your employer to your questions.
How long after being made redundant can I get another job?
A Typically there are no restrictions on you taking up employment after you are made redundant. The trouble is that some employers often stipulate that you do not take up any employment for, say, three months after you accept the severance package.
Can you work if you have been signed off sick?
You should go back to work as soon as you feel able to and with your employer’s agreement. This may be before your fit note runs out. For example, you may want to go back to work sooner if: you’ve recovered from your illness or injury sooner than expected.
Does consultation always end in redundancy?
Consultation does not always end in redundancy and in many cases employers will place more staff than is necessary in consolation so they can be seen to be taking a fair and responsible approach to redundancies.
What can I expect at a redundancy consultation?
Workplace consultation involves your employer talking to you or your representatives about their plans and listening to your ideas. If your employer is thinking about making redundancies, they should consult with any employees that could be affected by their decision.
Do I need to work my notice if made redundant?
If you’re made redundant, your job won’t end straight away – you’ll get a paid notice period. You might get notice pay instead of your notice period – this is called ‘pay in lieu of notice’. Your employer will tell you if they’ll give you pay in lieu of notice.
Does redundancy pay count as income?
Some payments which are made when someone is made redundant are always taxable. These include amounts which are paid under a contact of employment such holiday pay, bonuses, and arrears of pay. Payments in lieu of notice may be taxable or not.
How long after being made redundant can I sign on?
You do not have to wait until you have used up your redundancy payment to be able to sign on. Most people who were employed under PAYE will have made enough national insurance (NI) contributions to qualify for contributions-based Jobseeker’s Allowance, which is payable for 26 weeks regardless of savings and income.
Can you go off sick during redundancy?
The short answer to the question is yes, you can make someone redundant when they are off sick – but as with any dismissal, you are taking a risk, and how big that risk is will depend on the circumstances.