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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