The Restriction of Public Sector Exit Payment Regulations 2020 aim to prevent public bodies from making excessive payouts to departing employees. They cap the amount of an exit payment at £95,000. That sounds like a generous enough redundancy package, but things are as ever a little more complicated than that. To discuss the detail I’m joined by employment lawyer and commentator Darren Newman who works closely with a variety of public sector employers – particularly local authorities. You'll learn:-
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