My weekly salary is £554.31.
I have asked why he thinks I am due less but have had no answer.
I was given a letter of intent, which I can try and scan to you if needed, ten minutes before I left yesterday which is asking me to volunteer for redundancy before end of business Monday without full facts.
Have copied below this line the emails so far. Regards, Paul
If you cannot give me answers to the questions I have asked today you will have to extend the deadline for me offering to take voluntary redundancy, because you are making the Production Planning role redundant (as you informed me at 4:50pm, Friday 25th September 2015), by 48 hours so that I may fully discuss my options with my family. Not having the full details and reasoning is preventing me from doing this in a fully informed capacity. If I do not hear from you with acceptable answers before 1pm today I will assume you agree to this extension.
I am aware of the position you advertised in the Sheet Metal department and would remind you that I am a skilled worker in that role and that I applied while it was “live”. I am also a very experienced Punch Programmer for which it has been fully demonstrated over the last 7 years is an understaffed role when it comes to normal workload and absence/holiday cover.
From: ***** ***** [mailto***@******.***] Sent: 26 September 2015 07:58 To: Paul Wheeler Subject: RE: voluntary redundancy
We will wait until 12 Monday to discuss further. These are all questions to be dealt with at the next consultation meeting. In the meantime if you have any further thoughts please feel free to e mail them over.
From: Paul Wheeler [mailto***@******.***] Sent: 26 September 2015 07:39 To: ***** ***** Subject: RE: voluntary redundancy
According to the. Gov site I am entitled to £4512.50 because I have worked for you for 8 years when my notice period ends. I would have expected an offer above the statutory entitlement if i were to take voluntary redundancy, especially after all of the hard work I have done for you in trying to make perry's a better and more efficient company. Please review those figures.
Please detail the reasoning behind your thinking that the position of production planner is now redundant so that I can understand this decision. I am struggling to comprehend how perry's would function without planning work!
What are the other positions you have considered for redundancy? You recently took on an admin worker to help out with manufacturing office admin, has this role been considered redundant?
I have recently given an application form to mark for a sheet metal position, I am willing to consider this move. I have a unique skill set within the company that I believe is incredibly valuable to perry's.
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The redundancy payment would be £2465.00 in addition to notice payments etc.
Let me know what your thoughts are.
I am 44, dob 20/01/71