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Good Morning,

I required your aid service to a matter in relation to employees payoff,
An working in a construction, with over five years of service, and from my date of joining
to this company, they often make payoff as follow;
1 year in Service , at resignation or termination, employee will be paid ONE Month Salary,
 2 years in Service , at resignation or termination, employee will be paid TWO Months Salary,
It continues on same thread,if its 5 years, 5 Months Salary will paid, plus any un-used annual leave balance as at the date of resignation or termination.
But, all of Sudden, the Management said ,they are NOT Paying again
EXCEPT any employees can prove to them, if its on LABOUR LAW for them to continue,
AIM POINT :
How can you rescue me and other local employees from this very company,
I will appreciate your quick respond,
Thanks
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Hello

Thank you for contacting us. The option available to you will depend on whether or not you have an Employment Contract in place which states this entitlement or if it is contained in any Staff Handbook or policy document. From the perspective of current Nigerian Labor Law, there is no law that mandates that payments must be made to employees based on the structure you have outlined.

The issue will depend on whether or not you were promised such arrangement before you joined the company and therefore joined as a result, or whether during the course of your employment this was promised by conduct and therefore a new contract was created. Please note that these are technical legal situations and terms and therefore you need to speak to a lawyer directly to advise you. You should consider requesting a paid consultation with a lawyer here (either professional or premium) – https://lawpadi.com/consultation-packages/

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