Mercure staff based at the Altrincham Bowden Hotel are being made redundant after the hotel will cease to trade on the 31st October 2020.
The redundancy process is often a difficult time for the individuals, particularly those who have been made redundant because of a business collapse. Redundancies in these situations can be especially frustrating and confusing.
If you’ve been affected by the closure of Mercure Altrincham Bowden Hotel, it’s essential you understand your rights, including the potential eligibility to claim for a Protective Award.
This would entitle you to up to 90 days’ pay, based on your wage prior to furlough.
The employment team at Linder Myers, which is led by Alan Lewis has extensive experience in helping individuals claim for a Protective Award. With offices across the UK, the team has successfully acted on a number of similar matters on a no-win, no-fee basis.
The right to claim for Protective Awards isn’t always well-known to employees, and there’s a time limit of three months to begin a claim, therefore it is essential to act fast with professional legal guidance.
We understand how difficult this time is and our experienced team are on-hand to guide you through the process. Get in touch today for a free, no-obligation discussion.
To find out if you are eligible and begin the claim process today, contact us on 0800 042 0700 or email email@example.com.
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