Mr Oxenden was successful in his bid for compensation after seeking the help of Michael Lewin’s industrial tribunal lawyers about applying for a tribunal in the UK.
Mr Oxenden a manufacturing quality control supervisor of over 11 years was made redundant unfairly by his employers. He had been in charge of the quality of the products the factory produced for 6 of the years he worked there; he had started as a line operator and worked his way up. His job was to inspect a sample from each batch and test it for accuracy y.
One day Mr Oxenden received a letter from his employers saying that he was being made redundant and was given one months? notice. Mr Oxenden was sure that this was not the correct procedure for making someone redundant as no one had discussed it with him first.
?I knew I was right to seek advice from Michael Lewin’s specialist industrial tribunal lawyers about applying for a tribunal in the UK. What my employers did was wrong; I was never consulted individually about my redundancy. They had decided to replace the quality control team with an automated robot to check the products as it saved them thousands of pounds with no thought about their loyal members of staff.?
Mr Oxenden was successful in his tribunal case against his ex-employer and was awarded an undisclosed sum of money for the way he was made redundant.
If you have been made redundant and you think it was unfair then speak to one of Michael Lewin’s industrial tribunal lawyers about claiming in the UK. Call 0844 499 9302.