My employer says I am not entitled to a redundancy payment because I have waived my right to one. Is this correct?

You are entitled in law to a redundancy payment if you have worked continuously for your employer for two years or more and are being made redundant. You cannot be made to give up or 'sign away' that right, no matter what your contract says.

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