redundancy pay

[1965-70]

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  • redundancy pay — re dundancy ,pay noun uncount BRITISH SEVERANCE PAY …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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  • statutory redundancy pay — UK US noun [U] LAW, HR, WORKPLACE ► money that a company must by law pay to workers who have lost their jobs because they are no longer needed: »The qualifying period for the right to statutory redundancy pay is two years …   Financial and business terms

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  • redundancy payments — Whilst an employer may offer more under the employment agreement or ex gratia, the minimum statutory entitlement redundancy payments under the Employment Rights Act 1996 are as follows: 0.5 of a week s pay per year of service between 18 and 21; 1 …   Law dictionary

  • redundancy payment — noun A minimum statutory payment to be made to an employee who is made redundant, its amount based on age, pay, and length of service • • • Main Entry: ↑redundant …   Useful english dictionary

  • pay — I n. 1) to draw, receive pay 2) back; equal; incentive; mustering out (mil.); overtime; severance (AE; BE has redundancy payment); retroactive; sick; strike; take home pay 3) pay for (equal pay for equal work) 4) in smb. s pay (he was in the pay… …   Combinatory dictionary

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