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  • Wages paid in lieu of notice, does it count towards service?
  • gobuchul
    Member

    So I am waiting to receive my notice of termination. I am expecting it in the coming week.

    I started my employment on 17th May 2013, so I currently have 6 years 11 months service. This entitles me to 6 weeks notice.

    However, that extra 6 weeks will take me into 7 years service.

    Does that mean it counts as 7 years service and they must pay me 7 weeks notice?

    Premier Icon fossy
    Subscriber

    I would assume it goes of the service at date of notification of termination, so 6 weeks.

    Premier Icon stumpyjon
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    I think it does.

    Premier Icon cynic-al
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    I would do some research rather than rely on assumptions of internet strangers.

    PILON is likely to be well discussed online by professionals.

    I N R A T S but here is a link

    https://archive.acas.org.uk/pilon

    gobuchul
    Member

    I would do some research rather than rely on assumptions of internet strangers.

    I have been but STW has quite a few HR types, might of been given a quick answer.

    Anyway, found this, good news is that it does. So they have pay me 7 weeks, every little helps!

    https://www.xperthr.co.uk/faq/how-should-an-employer-calculate-an-employees-length-of-service-for-the-purposes-of-redundancy-pay-if-the-employee-is-paid-in-lieu-of-notice/156066/

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