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thanks, ***** ***** the current role is redundant but they accept a new one do they still get the redunancy pay and the nine weeks notice period?
Hi sorry to be a pain, is it then the notice period in their contract, or notice period under the terms of redundancy?
Thank you so much. I would just like to clarify one final point.
There is a new role I am interested in. so its around this. If I take the new role and my employer wants me to start imediately which I believe they can do, then I would start this new role on the new salary (which is a bit lower) but then addition to the new salary still be paid my nine weeks notice at my full old salary? Would the trial period of four weeks start after nine weeks, or the day I start the new job? If its the day I start the new job and after four weeks decide its not for me, or my employer decides its not right, I would get my other five weeks notice plus my redundancy pay?
Thanks, ***** ***** I accept the redundancy and get a new job and therefore want to leave imediately what do I lose, ie is it only the notice period or do I lose the redundancy payment as well? Also can they refuse early departure?