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redundancy pay in Wages topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishredundancy payreˈdundancy ˌpay noun [uncountable] British English  BEWmoney you get from your employer when you are made redundant syn severance pay American English
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redundancy payIf Sandie does not want it she will still get redundancy pay.The man from Bicester who blew his redundancy pay on a Rolls Royce.His redundancy pay and bar work supported him while he did this.Some have worked at Bentley pianos for forty years, but they haven't been offered a penny in redundancy pay.The last time I saved any money was my redundancy pay, but that soon went.The tribunal ruled that all three women were entitled to redundancy pay.As a result, a volunteer remains entitled to his statutory right to redundancy pay.Thus the absence does not reduce accrued rights to redundancy pay or to notice entitlement.