It has been announced today that Bradford-based interiors manufacturer and retail sector supplier, Cardinal Shopfitting and Systems Limited, has entered administration. Resulting in 135 of their 170 staff being made redundant, approximately half of which were furloughed.
If you have been affected and are now facing redundancy, it is vital that you understand your rights. We understand how difficult this time is, especially during the current COVID-19 pandemic, which sadly is the result of many closures such as this and the potential problem that many more businesses are in danger of. As a result, many employees miss out on the consultation period when a business enters administration, yet it’s important to know that despite being made redundant, you are still entitled. As such, you may be eligible for compensation in the form of a Protective Award. Our experienced team are on-hand to guide you, get in touch today for a free, no-obligation discussion.
The employment team at Linder Myers headed up by Alan Lewis who was named as a ‘Leading Individual’ in employee/union matters by the Legal 500, has extensive experience in redundancy matters and Protective Award Claims. The team has secured compensation for ex-employees of a range of businesses that entered administration, including D.J Allen (Builders) Limited, Warren Evans PLC, Kaiam Europe Ltd and McLellan and Partners Ltd.
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