Must commission be factored in when calculating redundancy payments?Posted in : Seamus Says - Employment Law Discussion on 3 May 2019 Issues covered:
Does commission need to be factored in when calculating redundancy payments?
Seamus: Well, this is another interesting one because there can always be a view taken whenever you're looking at redundancy that you're calculating the standard statutory position. So you go online and you work out what the statutory redundancy is, and then you'll factor in, including the holiday entitlement, and you'll look at the notice period, and then you'll think about after that, "Well, we need to think about the holidays", and then finally you'll come along the line to thinking about maybe bonus entitlement.
And certainly, the bonus is different to what commission is. And again, that's about going back to
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