How much do teachers get paid if they are made redundant?

How much do teachers get paid if they are made redundant?

If this teacher was made redundant, the severance pay they would receive would be £8313.00. The maximum redundancy payment as of 6th April 2017 available to an employee is now £14,670, up previously from £14,370. This is paid in addition to an employee’s notice period.

When do schools need to make redundancies due to financial difficulties?

In most cases, schools and Trusts will need to make redundancies due to financial difficulties, restructuring or when a school closes. You could be made redundant if: Should I be consulted before being made redundant?

What to do if you volunteer for redundancy at school?

It is up to your school whether they actually select you if you volunteer for redundancy. Ask your school what the redundancy package will be. Sometimes schools offer incentives for taking voluntary redundancy, like extra redundancy pay or not having to work your notice period. Can I be asked to reapply for my job?

What are the minimum entitlements for redundancy pay?

The minimum statutory entitlement is calculated as follows: The maximum number of years of employment that can count is 20 years. From 6 April 2018 to 5 April 2019, a week’s pay will be limited to a maximum of £508 (gross).

What are the rights of teachers when they are made redundant?

If you are being made redundant, you may be eligible for certain rights, including: 1 redundancy or severance pay 2 a notice period (usually 3 months) 3 a consultation with your employer 4 the option to move into alternative jobs for teachers 5 ‘reasonable’ time off to find a new job

When does supply teaching work become statutory redundancy?

In 2006, you were offered supply teaching work by the same employer and you have worked concurrently as a regular part-time teacher and a supply teacher since. Your supply teaching work is made redundant in 2018. What is your period of continuous service for the purpose of calculating statutory redundancy pay?

Is the NASUWT against compulsory redundancies in schools?

However, it is crucial that, when handling cases of potential or actual redundancy, NASUWT Representatives do not accept that redundancies are inevitable. The NASUWT aims to fight compulsory redundancies in the schools’ workforce, because of the impact on jobs and workload.

What are the criteria for redundancy in education?

Criteria for selection for redundancy must be objective. The following redundancy selection criteria will be avoided: o pupil outcomes; o performance management outcomes; o disciplinary or capability procedure outcomes; o being subject to a disciplinary or capability procedure; o sickness absence.