Appointing an AdministratorPosted in : How do I handle it NI on 16 April 2013
It has been suggested that the Company might appoint an administrator, with a view to selling the business. How will this affect our employees?
Patricia Rooney writes:
When appointed, an administrator acts as agent for the Company and for the benefit of all creditors. The administrator’s primary objective is to allow the Company to continue as a going concern.
As the administrator is the agent of the Company, employment contracts automatically continue. Once the administrator is appointed, he has 14 days in which to adopt contracts of employment. This means that if a contract is adopted by the
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