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Employees speak of 'distress' surrounding Jumeirah Carlton Tower redundancies

18 September 2019 by
Employees speak of 'distress' surrounding  Jumeirah Carlton Tower redundancies

Nearly two weeks after London’s Jumeirah Carlton Tower closed its doors for a nine-month long renovation, a number of former employees have spoken of their “distress” at the way their positions were terminated.

More than 300 staff at the five-red-AA-star, 216-bedroom hotel were made redundant, with each team member receiving no more than the statutory compensation recommended by the government.

The maximum amount of statutory redundancy pay is £15,750, based on a week’s and one and a half week’s pay for each full year of employment after a 22nd and a 41st birthday respectively.

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