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I was recently made redundant (which was fine, I got another job) but now I am concerned about whether I will get my final payment and redundancy pay and wanted some advice on what my options are.

 

The company I worked for wasn't very good at HR or anything like that, they had no HR policies, we were always paid at least a few days later (for no reason and with no explanation) we were promised benefits and bonuses that never materialised. Even the redundancy didn't follow statutory procedure, as I am pretty sure you can't be bullied into not taking a particular person into the consultation as a witness because the person doing it doesn't like them!!

 

An employee who left in February took 18 weeks to get his P45, and another who left in April is still waiting for 4 days holiday to be paid as they can't be bothered, which is why I am concerned.

 

Is there a legal date by which I am meant to be paid my final salary payment and statutory redundancy? Do I have a case for an employment tribunal or anything similar.

 

Thanks for any advice received/

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This is a highly technical area, however, to withhold wages is known as unlawful deduction and you should write to yor former employer requesting immediate payment including any outstanding holiday pay. The question of redundancy payment is also difficult and dependant on the solvency of your former empoyer, nevertheless, the ammount outstanding should also be pursued.

 

If this fails you can lodge a claim to the National Insurance fund for payment so long as you have made an attempt to recover from the company. (Payments made by NFI have an upper limit)

 

Based on the limited information provided I'm afraid this is the best I can do.

 

Alternatively, your local CAB will almost certainly have an empoyment specialist who will assist with this procedure.

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