Support for those made redundant from Abandon Ship bar in Glasgow

Support for the workers made redundant from Abandon Ship Bar, Glasgow

Workers who were made redundant from Abandon Ship Bar in Glasgow, who were not consulted with at least 30 days prior to their redundancy, will be able to make a claim for a protective award.

What is a protective award claim?

A protective award is an award of compensation that Abandon Ship Bar employees will be entitled to if they were not consulted with adequately prior to their redundancy. Abandon Ship Bar, or either, a recognised trade union, or elected representatives should have consulted with the staff  prior to making them redundant. A Collective Consultation should have taken place at least 30 or 45 days prior to the staff being made redundant.

A protective award claim is separate from the statutory redundancy claim and a notice pay claim. So, if you were affected by the redundancy at Abandon Ship Bar in Glasgow you could receive two separate payouts on your redundancy.

If you were an affected worker at Abandon Ship Bar, Glasgow, and were not represented by a recognised trade union, then please fill out your details on the form at the bottom of the page, and we will be in touch as soon as possible, on a no obligation basis. This is so that we can gather as much information as possible to help you with your claim.

How much could I be awarded?

Abandon Ship Bar staff could receive the maximum amount of 90 days’ pay on their protective award claim.

In the event that your employer cannot pay your award, do not worry, the Government guarantees 8 weeks’ pay, capped at £571 per week less any arrears of pay you may have received from the Redundancy Payments Office. So in this situation, you could receive up to £4,568.

Why Linder Myers?

At Linder Myers we take pride in being approachable and hardworking, so that we can deliver the best results to our clients. We have a 100% success rate in protective award claims and operate on a no-win, no-fee basis.

We have acted for several groups of employees faced with similar situations when their employer went into administration, so that they could receive the compensation they deserved. This includes those employed by Kaiam Group Europe Ltd, Warren Evans plc, McLellan and Partners Ltd, D.J Allen (builders) Ltd and several more. We have recovered in excess of £1 million in compensation in protective award claims for our clients.

We are an award winning Legal 500 firm, who are specialist in protective award claims. Our solicitors have years of experience dealing with protective award claims and deal with your claim right from the outset.

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