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Author Topic: Redundancy Rights.  (Read 20698 times)

galictica

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Re: Redundancy Rights.
« Reply #25 on: 29-09-16, 08:07PM »
Thanks Duracell. You have summed up the matter very well. It still feels like I'm getting kicked out the door and USDAW are holding the door open but I've decided to take the money and run.

Muggle

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Re: Redundancy Rights.
« Reply #26 on: 29-09-16, 10:34PM »
Hi, if i am working my redundancy notice but then go off sick with stress is the sickness still classed as notice??? 

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Re: Redundancy Rights.
« Reply #27 on: 30-09-16, 10:58AM »
Yes.
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doggiebody

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Re: Redundancy Rights.
« Reply #28 on: 30-09-16, 12:50PM »
My 45 consultation ends 19th October and i have decided to take redundancy.  Do I have to work two weeks notice or can I leave on the 45th day?

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Re: Redundancy Rights.
« Reply #29 on: 30-09-16, 10:08PM »
I've worked sun days for the last 15years surely there should be taken into consideration when calculating redundancy...I read a post on here somewhere (but can't find it)that someone argued there case and won getting an extra £5000 something to do with basic employment law...???

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Re: Redundancy Rights.
« Reply #30 on: 30-09-16, 10:15PM »
My 45 consultation ends 19th October and i have decided to take redundancy.  Do I have to work two weeks notice or can I leave on the 45th day?

I was going to ask the same question. Surely if we want to leave say the end of consultation period say around 20th October all we would lose would be the notice part of the redundancy? Would be great if someone could clarify this. Any time I have been made redundant before the job always ended at the end of consultation period and I received all my redundancy payment.

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Re: Redundancy Rights.
« Reply #31 on: 30-09-16, 11:29PM »
This link says talk to your employer  and they may allow it ,but if you leave early you may lose some or all of your redundancy pay.  https://www.moneyadviceservice.org.uk/en/articles/your-legal-rights-when-facing-redundancy



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Re: Redundancy Rights.
« Reply #32 on: 30-09-16, 11:56PM »
there are a lot of colds and flu going around at the moment, and the stress of all of this must take its toll :question:
I AM NOT A REP, BUT......

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Re: Redundancy Rights.
« Reply #33 on: 01-10-16, 04:37AM »
I've worked sun days for the last 15years surely there should be taken into consideration when calculating redundancy...I read a post on here somewhere (but can't find it)that someone argued there case and won getting an extra £5000 something to do with basic employment law...???

A guy in my store said the same and won.
If you have worked a (UN-contracted) shift for more that 12 week, it's YOURS.Speak to your rep or co-ordinator.
My friend said if he didn't know about it, the union wouldn't have said anything ....

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Re: Redundancy Rights.
« Reply #34 on: 01-10-16, 10:14AM »
Hi I have also worked Sunday day overtime for the last 15yrs even though I work nights & I am also taking redundancy. I will ask about this when I am back in Sunday night.. My next 121 is the 11th October but not sure if I'll get much joy asking them... Thanks for this information as I never knew this... Please let me know how you get on & I will do the same. :)

schenkermental

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Re: Redundancy Rights.
« Reply #35 on: 01-10-16, 12:10PM »
According to Money Advice Service guide to redundancy you should get redundancy pay and any other outstanding pay on last day at work. Tesco say it isn't being paid until November 18th Official Pay Day - is it worth raising a fuss over this/

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Re: Redundancy Rights.
« Reply #36 on: 01-10-16, 01:54PM »
Another example of typical Tesco .. Really we should receive our redundancy on the day we leave.. Why are they holding on to it until the 18th November .?? Answers on a postcard please.. ;D.xxx

Muggle

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Re: Redundancy Rights.
« Reply #37 on: 01-10-16, 08:59PM »
OMG, just been told that if I take redundancy I can serve my notice period on electrical desk, a job that isn't going to exist, is that even legal if I'm taking redundancy ??????

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Re: Redundancy Rights.
« Reply #38 on: 01-10-16, 09:58PM »
On my last day.....I will having a few beers , eating what ever I like. Pissing where ever I want ..maybe even doing a number 2 in a van.

I shall be telling a few of the fools I've put up with where to get off.

After I do all that I will never step into a tescos store again.

Unless it's to rob them blind as I know there security is next to useless.

Bye bye Tesco.  But I hold a special place in my heart for that so called union and the bar stools that have taken our money and absolutely stabbed us in the back. I will make sure I have a run in with your establishment in the near future.

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Re: Redundancy Rights.
« Reply #39 on: 01-10-16, 10:21PM »
maybe even doing a number 2 in a van
You sound like the kind of charmer your colleagues will be sorry to see go.  :(
"The progress of the kart is more important than its direction"

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Re: Redundancy Rights.
« Reply #40 on: 02-10-16, 05:42AM »
I will be leaving them a bit of me to remember. All my colleagues are already gone.

They did much worse than I ever could dream of.

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Re: Redundancy Rights.
« Reply #41 on: 02-10-16, 07:03AM »
OMG, just been told that if I take redundancy I can serve my notice period on electrical desk, a job that isn't going to exist, is that even legal if I'm taking redundancy ??????

Why illegal? Why invest time and money training you for a job that you will be in for a very short time. I would expect most that go will stay within existing job or close to existing, or on checkouts.

techsupport111

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Re: Redundancy Rights.
« Reply #42 on: 02-10-16, 05:11PM »
Hi All,

If I decide to take redundancy, does anyone know if they will pay me for my remaining holidays that I currently have got?

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Re: Redundancy Rights.
« Reply #43 on: 02-10-16, 05:24PM »
Yes

doggiebody

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Re: Redundancy Rights.
« Reply #44 on: 02-10-16, 08:35PM »
My 45 consultation ends 19th October and i have decided to take redundancy.  Do I have to work two weeks notice or can I leave on the 45th day?.....Anybody help

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Re: Redundancy Rights.
« Reply #45 on: 03-10-16, 01:19PM »
If you don't work them you will not be paid them, you could go tom & dick  ;)
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Re: Redundancy Rights.
« Reply #46 on: 10-11-16, 11:14AM »
A GOOD PIECE OF ADVICE,.....

TAKE THE MONEY, RUN, AND NEVER LOOK BACK!!!!

YOU DONT NEED THE UNION, they wont make the cheque any bigger or, change the legal process.

DONT be mislaid by offers of a different job on less hours, its a way of paying you a lot less in the long run.

THERES A FANTASTIC WHOLE DIFFERENT WORLD OUTTHERE, youve served your time, get out of Goal,
Be Free.

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