Redundancy and Overseas Employment

Posted in : How Do I Handle It ROI on 27 April 2012
John Jermyn
Ronan Daly Jermyn LLP
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We have four employees who commenced work in our Company in Ireland in 2008. They then transferred to an Associated Company of ours in Boston in 2010 for what we originally thought would be a two year contract. However, due to the financial position of our Irish Company we have no more work available for them in Ireland and have therefore offered them the following:

1. To come back to Ireland and immediately be made redundant; or
2. To extend their contract in Boston for another 2 years.

Two of the employees chose the redundancy option and two chose to extend their contract. For the two that chose the redundancy option will we have to take account of their service abroad when calculating their

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John Jermyn
Ronan Daly Jermyn LLP

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