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Making a Protective Award Claim - Made.com

We’re helping ex Made.com employees who have been made redundant as the company collapsed into administration.

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After last weeks news of made.com announcing plans to appoint administrators, we're hearing this morning (9th November 2022) that the company has collapsed, resulting in around 400 devastating job losses. 79 employees who were working their notice period have also been let go.

After made.com filed for administration on Tuesday, retailer Next has bought the made.com brand, websites and intellectual property, but were unfortunately unable to save the staff.

Thousands of customers who are either waiting for their order to be delivered, or for a refund, are left in the dark as to whether they will receive them.

Made.com, which employed up to 700 staff, stopped taking orders last week in order to preserve value in the business for the company's creditors.

With its head office in London, and other offices in Paris, Berlin, Amsterdam, China and Vietnam, business was great for Made.com during the Coronavirus pandemic, with people kitting out their homes with new furniture and homewares during the lockdowns.

However, the rising cost of living, meaning people are cutting back on spending, alongside supply chain issues which left customers waiting months for their orders, has caused huge problems for Made.com.

We know how devastating these job losses could be for made.com staff - especially if they've been made redundant without notice.

That's why we're looking to help ex Made.com staff by making a claim for a protective award.

If you're facing redundancy from Made.com, we may be able to help you.

What is a Protective Award Claim?

When an employer makes more than 20 staff redundant at one location, they legally have to consult with either a recognised trade union or elected employee representatives. If Made.com did not comply with this obligation, and you were made redundant without notice, you may be entitled to claim compensation by bringing a claim for a protective award to the Employment Tribunal.

Our redundancy solicitors would like to support former employees of Made.com with bringing a claim for a protective award, where the Tribunal is able to award up to 90 days’, pay capped at £571 per week (£4568 in total) to each individual who is part of the claim.

You can check your eligibility here.

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