The staff at Kingstown furniture based in Hull, arrived at work on Wednesday morning to be told they had lost their jobs with immediate effect.
Today, 15th March, the group has announced that it is no longer is position to operate due to financial difficulties. Key individuals are being retained on a temporarily basis to support the required work.
If you have been affected by the Better Bathrooms administration news, you may wish to speak to a member of our team regarding Mass Redundancies and Protective Awards sooner rather than later.
When a firm makes more than 20 or 100 people redundant such as through closing down a factory site, very special rules apply as to an employer’s obligations to its workforce. Failure on the Employer’s part such as when closures occur out of the blue and almost overnight can lead to employees being able to make a claim even if the company has gone into administration or liquidation and the company no longer exists. Most typically the claim is for what is known as a Protective Award.