Enhanced Redundancy Payments – How Do I Handle It?Posted in : How do I handle it NI on 20 May 2019 Issues covered:
For May 2019, we have asked the employment team at Tughans Solicitors to provide practical answers to unusual, sensitive or complex work-related queries. We call this feature “how do I handle it?” In this article, Jack Balmer, Associate Solicitor at Tughans, offers advice on how employers who wish to pay enhanced redundancy payments can get some certainty around ensuring that no further action is taken by employees once employment ends. This month’s problem concerns:
“I am the HR Manager of a company going through a restructure which will probably result in redundancies. I would like to offer redundant employees an enhanced package, but with the reassurance that they won’t bring
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