Redundancy and reorganisation situations have become more prevalent over recent years and can be particularly difficult for all those involved. The redundancy process can be a legal minefield and it is important that you are aware of your rights and entitlements.

Our employment lawyers have extensive experience advising employees faced with being made redundant. We are particularly experienced in advising in connection with large scale redundancies and those arising within the context of reorganisations and TUPE transfers.

We can advise you on:

  • Whether fair criteria are being used to select you for redundancy
  • Whether your employer is following a fair procedure, you may feel that the procedure is unfair or that you have been discriminated against in some way
  • How to challenge the redundancy process
  • Redundancy payments and bonuses
  • Settlement agreements

Contact a Doyle Clayton employement lawyer:

To speak to a specialist employment lawyer about your redundancy situation email or phone one of our offices.

Redundancy Calculator

To calculate your statutory redundancy entitlement, please enter your details below.
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Statutory redundancy entitlement

Notes On Use:
  • To be eligible to receive statutory redundancy pay you must have been with your current employer for at least 2 years after the school leaving age of 16. Any years worked before this age should be ignored.
  • Only full years of service are taken into account up to a maximum of 20 years.
  • £464 is the current maximum weekly pay (before tax) when calculating statutory redundancy entitlement.