We estimate your redundancy payment to be:
We estimate your holiday pay could be:
We estimate your arrears of wages could be:
We estimate your notice pay to be:
You may fall into an employment category that is not entitled to redundancy pay. For example, if you signed a form of self-employed contract you will not be entitled to redundancy pay. Generally speaking, if you received a payslip and your employer deducted PAYE from your pay, then you are probably an employee. If your employer did not do this, you are probably not a full employee and you may find it difficult to claim from the Redundancy Payments Service (RPS). Other categories of worker who cannot claim redundancy pay include merchant seamen, share fishermen, former registered dock workers, crown servants like members of the armed forces or police, apprentices who are not employees when their training ends, or domestic servants who are members of the employer's immediate family.
The first step in your claim process involves verifying your identity...
We have prepared information and a step-by-step guide to help to make verifying using GOV.UK Verify easier.
Your RPS claim will most likely happen at a time of great uncertainty and change...
With this in mind we've set out the following guide to make this complex process as simple as possible.
The time between being made redundant and having your claim paid can vary...
The usual period is between 3 and 12 weeks, but there are many factors which can affect this.