You can claim for redundancy, up to eight weeks’ wages, up to six weeks holiday pay, statutory redundancy notice pay along with unpaid pension contributions and a basic award for unfair dismissal through the government.
Reclaim up to £475 for each year of service if you were wrongly dismissed without notice, you weren’t allowed to work your full notice or if you worked your statutory notice period but your wages were not paid.
These payments apply to people who’ve been made redundant because their former employer was declared insolvent. The money comes from the Government’s National Insurance Fund and the Insolvency Service manages the scheme.
To claim redundancy pay, you’ll need to refer to your official letter of redundancy, bank statements or pay slips, letters between you and your employer or an employment tribunal and your National Insurance number.
Who picks up the bill when companies go bust, owing former employees thousands of pounds in unpaid wages, holidays or redundancy payouts? The good news is that the Government guarantees those payments, through its Insolvency Service. Now CitizenSafe can get you started on the journey to making a faster and easier online claim for the monies you are owed.
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