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Redundancy payments

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  • EAT holds age-related severance payments not discriminatory

    Date:
    7 February 2013
    Type:
    Law reports

    The Employment Appeal Tribunal has held that a voluntary redundancy scheme that provided different severance payments for two different age groups of employees was not age discriminatory because the differential treatment was justified. 

  • Statutory redundancy payment worked example 2

    Type:
    Worked examples

    A worked example setting out how to calculate a statutory redundancy payment for an employee with normal working hours, less than 20 years' service and weekly earnings of £470.

  • Statutory redundancy payment worked example 3

    Type:
    Worked examples

    A worked example setting out how to calculate a statutory redundancy payment for an employee who has recently changed from full-time to part-time working hours.

  • Statutory redundancy payment worked example 4

    Type:
    Worked examples

    A worked example setting out how to calculate a statutory redundancy payment for an employee whose period of service falls into two different age bands.

  • Statutory redundancy payment worked example 5

    Type:
    Worked examples

    A worked example setting out how to calculate a statutory redundancy payment for an employee with over 20 years' of service that falls into two different age bands.

  • Statutory redundancy payment worked example 6

    Type:
    Worked examples

    A worked example setting out how to calculate a statutory redundancy payment for an employee with less than two years' service.

  • Statutory redundancy payment worked example 7

    Type:
    Worked examples

    A worked example setting out how to calculate a statutory redundancy payment for an employee whose hours of work vary each week.

  • Statutory redundancy payment worked example 8

    Type:
    Worked examples

    A worked example setting out how to calculate a statutory redundancy payment for an employee with normal working hours but whose remuneration varies according to the time shift pattern worked.

  • Statutory redundancy payment worked example 9

    Type:
    Worked examples

    A worked example setting out how to calculate a statutory redundancy payment for an employee with normal working hours and where overtime is payable when more than a fixed number of hours are worked.

  • Statutory redundancy payment worked example 10

    Type:
    Worked examples

    A worked example setting out how to calculate a statutory redundancy payment for an employee whose contract of employment fixes a number of overtime hours to be worked.

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