Many company directors do not make a claim or have their claim rejected because they either don’t realise they are entitled to statutory redundancy, or they fail to make their claim correctly.
Redundancy Claims UK have a team of highly experienced redundancy specialists who are trained on the Employment Rights Act 1996 and landmark case law relevant to director’s redundancy applications. It is through this understanding of the relevant legal framework and their knowledge of the Redundancy Payments Service (“RPS”) processes that only claims that qualify with the correct supporting evidence are submitted to the RPS. This means a 100% success rate* is achieved an all applications. Dependent on the specifics of your claim, once it is submitted you could be entitled to one or all four of the following statutory entitlements:
The claim process can be complicated and requires specialist help to maximise your chances of a successful claim. Take FREE expert advice from our team of director redundancy experts today.
*RCUK undertake a thorough investigation of all claims before submission. Only claims that qualify with the correct supporting evidence are submitted to the RPS.
Gary is a founding director and responsible for managing our key referrers and ensuring they are properly trained on the redundancy application process. Gary has unrivalled experience of the Employment Rights Act 1996 and case law along with a solid understanding of the insolvency process. This overall understanding allows him to advise directors independently and without agenda.
In his spare time Gary is a keen ‘philatelist’ and admits that over the years it is becoming an expensive obsession.
Laura joined the team in 2017. She has been working in the insolvency sector since 2010 after completing her law degree at Lancaster University. Laura’s insolvency experience and legal background enable her to confidently assess and advise directors on their redundancy entitlements.
During the weekend, Laura can be found making cricket teas and chasing round after her young son. When she has an hour to herself Laura enjoys swimming and watching netball.
Gaynor is responsible for managing our key referrers and ensuring they are properly trained on the redundancy application process. With sound knowledge of the Employment Rights Act 1996 and case law, along with a solid understanding of the insolvency process, Gaynor is perfectly placed to help company directors navigate the redundancy process.
Originally from Cheshire, in her spare time Gaynor loves walking and exploring her adoptive county of Lancashire and is also a keen photographer.