News story: Healthcare Environmental Services Limited in liquidation: how to claim redundancy or register as a creditor

first_imgWorkers and self-employed contractors who provided services to the company are not eligible to apply. Instead, these individuals should contact the liquidator to register as creditors.How to applyTo apply for payments owed, you will need the case reference number (CN10001220) and other personal information, such as bank or building society details and your National Insurance number.Further guidance about how you can apply online and what information you need is available.Paying your claimOnce you submit your online application, it takes us an average of 14 days to process your application and pay claims.However, sometimes we need to get additional information from you or from the Liquidator. This can take a bit of time.We’ll contact you directly if we need anything from you and we always try to pay eligible claims within 6 weeks of receiving the application.Please don’t contact us to check the status of your application until after the six weeks have passed. This will help us deal with everyone’s application as quickly as possible.ERA Solutions Limited has been appointed by the Liquidators to assist with the process and will be working with the Insolvency Service so that payments can be made as quickly as possible. If you require assistance or have questions, contact ERA Solutions Limited: [email protected] or 01827 383531.Getting helpIf you need help completing your application, you can contact the Insolvency Service’s Redundancy Payments helpline on 0330 331 0020.When calling, please have your case reference number (CN10001220) and National Insurance number to hand. If you do not have a case reference number, please contact the liquidator.We are experiencing higher than usual call volumes at the moment. If you are unable to get through to us you can email [email protected] with “Healthcare Environmental Services Employee” in the subject line. Please include your name, your case reference number and your telephone number in your email.If you need to email us after submitting your claim, please only use the email address you gave on your application form. Otherwise, we won’t be able to respond to you for security reasons.Other support available to youFactsheet: finding a new job, managing your finances and benefits available to you.Information for creditorsYou’ll need to register as a creditor in the liquidation if: you worked for Healthcare Environmental Services Limited under an employment contract you live in England, Scotland or Wales you haven’t been paid for goods or services you’ve supplied to Healthcare Environmental Services you’ve paid Healthcare Environmental Services for goods or services that you haven’t received Information for former employeesIf you were made redundant on 27 December 2018 and previously received redundancy pay, you might be eligible to receive additional money you are owed, including holiday pay, statutory notice pay, salary, wages, or overtime.Those who were previously not entitled to redundancy pay, you may now have a claim for additional money owed as a result of Healthcare Environmental Services Limited entering into liquidation.The amount the Insolvency Service can pay you will be subject to certain legal limits. Information about the legal limits is available.Who is eligible?You can apply to the Insolvency Service for redundancy pay and statutory notice pay if: Contact the liquidators about how to register as a creditor.last_img read more

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Approximate 4 p.m. start for Wednesday race program at Super Nationals

first_imgBOONE, Iowa (Sept. 7) – Wednesday’s race program at the IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s will get underway later this afternoon.Rain and resulting wet track conditions resulted in moving start time to approximately 4 p.m.“We are hopeful that we will be able to start the race program at that time,” said IMCA President Brett Root. “We will keep fans and drivers updated using Facebook, the website and announcements at the track as we get closer to 4 p.m.”Last-chance qualifying for IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks and Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMods, and qualifying heats and features for Xtreme Motor Sports IMCA Modifieds and IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars are on the Wednesday card.last_img read more

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GREAT LINE-UP PLANNED FOR ‘DOING BUSINESS IN DONEGAL’ EVENT

first_imgPromoting Doing Business in Donegal are from left: Matthew Pearson, Pearson Foods; Liam Doherty, Sean Doherty Fruit and Veg; Edel Patton, Patton Eggs; John patton, Patton Eggs, Joe Doherty, Inishowen Country Kitchen; Thomas Hughes, Donegal Rapeseed Oil; Andrew McElhinney, O’Donnell’s Bakery; Michael O’Donnell, Island Seafoods and Sharon Morrow, Island Seafoods.People interested in business in Donegal, including those already established or those hoping to start something new, are being urged to come along to the county’s first ever ‘Doing Business in Donegal’ event at the LYIT this Saturday April 26th.Organisers of the free event have assembled a superb line-up of speakers with a broad range of topics from finance, business, marketing, public relations, online business, entrepreneurship, motivation and much more.The idea, says Michael Tunney, head of Local Enterprise in Donegal, is that different rooms will simultaneously host a number of speakers and people who come along on the day will simply pick and choose which ones they’d like to attend. “We have always tried to take on board the feedback we have received from local businesses in Donegal and one of the things we have heard back from Enterprise Week for instance was that they’d love to have something like this – on one day and at the weekend.“In many respects this is like a mini Enterprise Week albeit rolled up into a single day. We have lined up great speakers on topics that have been most popular and requested for Enterprise Week and we’re hoping that with everything in one venue and on one day, there will be a positive response from the Donegal business community and those interested in starting business in the county.”Until recently Mr Tunney had been CEO of Donegal County Enterprise Board, who had forged strong links with the business community in Donegal over a 20-year period and were responsible for events like Enterprising Donegal Business Week over the past decade.Since April 15th the Board has now become the Local Enterprise Office and is part of Donegal County Council, but the experienced staff will continue to work with businesses across the county. Indeed, while they have been very much at the forefront of the organisation for the Doing Business in Donegal day on Saturday 26th, the event itself is once again a collaborative effort.“An event like this works best when there is co-operation and a multi-strand approach taken and once again we are delighted that the day will go ahead thanks to the support of a number of other business partners and agencies,” Mr. Tunney said.Pre-registration for the Doing Business in Donegal event is now available by visiting the website localenterprise.ie/donegal but it is not necessary to register for individual speakers’ events. You can also register by calling 07491 60735.Registration will also take place at 9.30am on the day but pre-registration is highly recommended.The Saturday will begin with a keynote address at 10am for all in attendance from motivational speaker Pádraig Ó’Máille and that will be followed by the morning sessions with multiple options available and people free to choose which of the speakers they like to hear. There will be more great speakers after lunch with those who attend once again free to choose which talks they’d like to attend and the day will wrap up with a final inspirational address from Jason Black.“We realise that people are giving up their Saturday to come along to an event like this and we will have a few little incentives on the day including the opportunity for someone to win a Kindle Fire. That said, the event has been put together in response to requests from businesses in Donegal and we’re certain that our local businesses will want to be there anyway,” Mr Tunney concluded.GREAT LINE-UP PLANNED FOR ‘DOING BUSINESS IN DONEGAL’ EVENT was last modified: April 22nd, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Doing Business In DonegaldonegalletterkennyLYITMichael Tunneylast_img read more

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