Redundancy Payment LimitsPosted in : Seamus Says - Employment Law Discussion on 4 October 2019 Issues covered:
Does a statutory redundancy payment contribute to the £25,000 cap on breach of contract claims that you can take to an industry or an employment tribunal?
Seamus: I have ever come across is this on a personal basis in any of my work where this has arisen, and on first blush, I was sort of very clear the position that that was a very straightforward answer which you would be saying that it doesn't. But I did do a bit of research and looked at some case law, and again, there was a 2009 decision in relation to a case. So essentially, to give a bit of background to this, this is the case of, I'm going to call it Uradar and it's against Lancashire Care National Health Trust
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