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You should check your contract to see if you get a “contract guarantee.” This is money your employer pays you every week while you are laid off/partially unemployed. There is no limit to the duration of redundancy or partial unemployment. If a layoff or partial unemployment situation is ongoing and has continued for 4 weeks or more or 6 weeks in the last 13 weeks, you can inform your employer in writing of your intention to apply for redundancies under the 1967-2014 Layoffs Act. If the redundancy or redundancy period is up, you must do so within 4 weeks. Employees can apply for redundancies if they have been made redundant or partially unemployed and receive less than half a week`s pay: you can find out more about your options if you do not agree with redundancy or partial unemployment in our document, if you are asked to reduce your salary or working time. Workers should be paid at full employment while laying off or partial unemployment, unless workers are laid off or partially unemployed, they may be entitled to universal credit or the Jobseeker allowance. Workers may be entitled to one or both of these benefits. Many companies have been forced to lay off their employees or temporarily reduce their working hours during the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19). A worker may agree with his employer to change the contractual terms to include layoffs or partial unemployment.

You can say that you were actually made redundant if you earn less than half of your normal salary and you have been made redundant or for both: if you are entitled to severance pay (for example, you worked there for 2 years), you must follow specific rules to claim this. The process is complicated, so you can contact your nearest citizen council for assistance with the exercise of your severance pay. Workers who are laid off or partially unemployed are entitled to pay for days when they do not do any work at all. This is a “legal guarantee” and is the legal minimum that an employer must pay. The employee`s contract could allow him to hear other work during the layoff or to make partial unemployment. The information below describes the law on dismissals for a short period or a period of dismissal. These rules do not apply during the COVID 19 emergency period. See “Changes in redundancy rules during the COVID-19 emergency period” above. Your employer should follow certain rules when introducing temporary layoffs or short-term work plans. Employers should apply the same selection criteria as redundancies when selecting workers for redundancies.

The criteria should be reasonable and applied fairly. Learn more about the request for redundancy in case of layoff or partial unemployment in GOV.UK. Your employer should explain the reason for dismissal or partial unemployment and keep you informed of the situation during the period of layoff or partial unemployment. During layoffs and partial unemployment, employees continue to take time off as usual. The duration of redundancies or partial unemployment depends on what has been agreed in the worker`s employment contract. In some cases, when you are in a situation of layoff or partial unemployment for a period of time, you may be entitled to redundancy. A dismissal does not involve the termination of your employment contract while a dismissal does. This plan has been extended until March 31, 2021.

Your employer may fire you or you in the short term if it is in your employment contract or if it is a habit and practice in your workplace. Otherwise, your employer should not fire you or fire you in the short term without your consent.