Employment Lawyers Can Answer Your Employment Law Questions
Hello thank you for your question.Do you know what type of partnership does she have? In UK, there are the following types:
Let me know as there are different rules for different types.
Redundancy payments will apply when the employee fulfils all the criteria required by the Statutory Redundancy Payments scheme. On a basic level, the employee must have had at least two years’ continuous service with the company, and they must not have been offered a different job with the same company or with another company that takes over your business. Furthermore, there must have been a contract of employment in existence in the first place, whether written or spoken. Those employees are eligible having two years of continued service.
As far as notice requirements are concerned, please note, that your client must be given a notice period before employment ends.
The statutory redundancy notice periods are: