How long after redundancy can an employer employ someone else?

How long after redundancy can an employer employ someone else?

Therefore, generally, you should not recruit into a role that you have made redundant for a minimum of 6 months after the termination date of the employee.

Can I sue my employer after redundancy?

Your employer might have made you redundant when actually you’ve been unfairly dismissed. If you think you shouldn’t have been made redundant or you think that your employer didn’t follow the process correctly, you might be able to make a claim to an employment tribunal for unfair dismissal.

Can you be sacked after being made redundant?

So in theory – as long as you follow procedure properly and have the evidence to do so – if an employee commits gross misconduct, they can be sacked immediately, even during a notice period.

Who do I contact after being made redundant?

Contact your local Jobcentre and ask for their Rapid Response Service – they specialise in helping people who have been made redundant. They will help you find a new job and may even pay for training. You can use the service during your notice period and for up to 13 weeks after you’ve been made redundant.

Can my employer withdraw my redundancy notice?

No, not quite! Case law has established that once notice has properly been given by either an employer or an employee, it cannot be withdrawn unless both parties agree to it.

Can I withdraw my notice?

It is a common misconception that an employee’s resignation can be withdrawn before you have formally accepted it. However, once an employee has given you notice, they cannot usually withdraw this without your agreement. A notice will only be withdrawn where both you and your employee agree.

Can my employer replace me after redundancy?

Once employment has terminated by reason of redundancy, if the economic situation suddenly changes and the employer needs to employ someone, it may re-employ the redundant employee. The employer is under no obligation to offer the redundant employee their job back; it is entitled to recruit someone else instead.

Can you be made redundant if your job still exists?

If your workplace reorganises. You can be made redundant if your employer needs fewer people because they: You shouldn’t be made redundant if new technology means the same job is done differently. If you think your job still exists but your employer says you’re redundant, make sure your redundancy is genuine.

How does redundancy pay work in the UK?

Redundancy pay is based on: Your employer must give you half a week’s pay for each full year you’ve worked. Your employer must give you: Your employer must give you: Your employer must tell you in writing how your redundancy pay has been worked out. You can use the redundancy pay calculator on GOV.UK.

What do you get if you are made redundant in Northern Ireland?

A redundancy payout is essentially compensation for your loss of work. Here’s how it works: You get statutory redundancy pay as a minimum, provided you’ve worked for your employer for two years or more. The limit is currently £538 a week (£560 in Northern Ireland) if you were made redundant on or after 6 April 2020.

Do you get redundancy if you are off work for 104 weeks?

The 104 weeks does not include the time you are off work. The question of redundancy does not arise until the usual time when your seasonal work would start. If you are not re-employed then, you may be entitled to a redundancy payment. Is an apprentice entitled to a redundancy payment?