Mercure Altrincham Bowdon Hotel staff are being made redundant after the closure of the hotel from 1st October 2020.
Facing redundancy due to administration
Being made redundant, especially during a Pandemic can be a difficult time for individuals, especially if the whole business has had to shut down. The employee can feel extremely upset and confused as to what to do next.
If you’ve been affected by the closure of Mercure Altrincham Bowdon Hotel, it’s important that you get legal advice and check whether you are eligible for any you understand your rights, including the potential eligibility to claim for a Protective Award, which is a compensation of up to 90 days’ gross pay, that can be given as a result of an Employment Tribunal, if the employer failed to collectively inform and consult all staff. This relates to dismissals of 20 or more employees, within a 90 day period.
JMR Solicitors have vast experience with redundancy law, settlement agreements and business administration. We can act on a no-win-no fee basis for our clients in this matter.
We fully appreciate that you must be facing a challenging time and our team of employment lawyers can provide a free initial consultation to help you through this process.
To find out if you are eligible for the Protective Award and start the claim process today, contact us 0161 491 3933 or email email@example.com