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My contract has expired but my employer won't recognise redundancy
in Redundancy & redundancy planning
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I have worked fulltime for my employer for 6 years. Due to financial difficulties due to Covid19 I agreed to a temporary 50% paycut for 6 months and she gave me a temporary contract to work at home which expired 2 weeks ago. (The contract says that should I be made redundant I will have to work 3 months notice on full pay of my previous salary). She wants to renew the contract on the exact same 50% paycut terms but I can't afford to accept it and wont agree to the renewal. I have asked to be made redundant but she just ignores me. She is continuing to pay me at the low salary (I'm paid weekly) and won't respond. Can I force her to make me redundant? (The nature of my job means that its very difficult for me to just suddenly down tools and stop working as there are other people who's livelihoods depend on me, so working my 3 months notice is important). Please help!?
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