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If the employer offers redundancy over and above legal statutory redundancy, then you will find that in your employment contract.
If there is nothing extra in the contract, then you are simply entitled to statutory redundancy only.
There is no requirement on an employer to offer employees any more than the basic statutory redundancy.
Sorry to say, your length of service makes no difference to whether you receive any extra.
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The attached link will take you to the government site, where you can calculate your statutory redundancy.
A contract can direct an employee the a company had book for details of such matter yes.
That is very common. The contract can give the basics and direct to the handbook. The hand book can give the details.
If there is noting regarding redundancy in the contract, then this is a very good indication that you will only receive statutory redundancy pay.
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