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Hello, my name is XXXXX XXXXX it is my pleasure to assist you with your question today. A director of a company does not necessarily have any shares or own the company for which they worked, so the fact you are going to work for another company of which he is a director, should not really make a difference. The occasions when this could be an issue are if the original company was not actually insolvent, or if there was a new company that was taking over the old one, in which case it could be argued that you were not actually made redundant. However, just because there is a link between the directors, would not generally make a difference
Thanks for your reply just wanted to make sure I was not going to lose out on my renduancy pay. Another quick question i am allowed to claim for notice pay.
What actually happened, is the company going insolvent which is why it can't pay you?
the company stopped trading on the 28th Feb and went insolvent offically yesterday. No money to pay us so we had to fill out the forms have been told as i have a job i cannot claim for any notice pay
Who said that?
the insolvency company
No, just because you have a new job does not mean you cannot get notice pay.
The following debts, if owed to employees by an insolvent employer, can be recovered from the Government:
Ok thanks for your advice cant think of anything else to ask about this they were my main concerns