Redundancy solutions for employees
Redundancy occurs when there is no longer a requirement for your job. This could be for a number of reasons including a downturn in work or a business restructure.
What you should expect from your employer:
For a redundancy to be fair in law, your employer must have a genuine redundancy situation and must follow a fair procedure. This procedure includes a meaningful and reasonable consultation period, an objective selection criteria, consideration of suitable alternative employment and redundancy must be the last reasonable resort.
If you have less than two years’ service, you are not entitled to redundancy pay. If you have more than two years’ service, the level of redundancy pay you are entitled to receive is based on a formula referring to your age, length of service and weekly pay. There should also be an opportunity for you to appeal if you disagree with your employers actions.
How we can help:
Redundancy procedures can be stressful and upsetting, both during the process itself and when dealing with the aftermath, especially if you feel you have been treated unfairly. As employment law and HR specialists we can help you:
- Prepare for any upcoming meetings to ensure you are treated fairly and are given the chance to ask the right questions.
- Get the right redundancy package to ensure you are receiving the best possible financial outcome.
- Decide what to do next if you’re not happy with the outcome of the redundancy process, including advising on whether to bring a Tribunal claim if we feel that is the best option for you.
Still not sure about the Redundancy Process?
Call our Redundancy experts on 020 3011 0201, we can talk about your case and explain your options.