Looking after employees

When insolvency looms all directors want to do their best to look after company employees.  

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How we can help

Employee support

We can help by:

  • Exploring whether the business can be sold as a going concern, in the right circumstances to a new company under the control of the directors, thus saving jobs.

  • Guiding a sale of the business to minimise TUPE liabilities.

  • Assisting the directors to communicate clearly with employees.

  • Helping the directors to navigate complicated employee legislation.

  • Explaining their rights to employees and helping them to make claims.

  • Promptly processing claims including claims for redundancy and pay in lieu of notice against the National Insurance Fund so they get paid sooner.
For specific advice for your circumstances call us today on 0800 331 7417 for a free and confidential initial consultation meeting with one of our senior team.

Hayley Watson


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Hayley started her career working at McTear Williams & Wood in 2005 and is a Licensed Insolvency Practitioner advising companies and individuals experiencing financial difficulties and works with a variety of stakeholders to establish and implement the best strategy for individuals and companies experiencing financial difficulties.

Hayley acts as an Insolvency Practitioner in all forms of corporate insolvency including creditors’ voluntary liquidation, compulsory liquidations, solvent members’ liquidations and company voluntary arrangements as well as advising individuals and acts as an insolvency practitioner for individual voluntary arrangements and bankruptcies.

Hayley qualified as a Licensed Insolvency Practitioner in 2019 and was appointed Director in March 2024. She is currently Chair of R3 Eastern Region committee and have over 19 years of experience in insolvency.

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