Redundancies & restructures are sometimes unavoidable. We can help you to deal with them fairly and efficiently
REDUNDANCIES & RESTRUCTURES
Business redundancies and restructures are sometimes unavoidable and can be stressful and time consuming. We have the experience to ensure you get the best outcome for your business.
Redundancy is a form of dismissal and may arise where the requirements to carry out work of a particular kind is ceasing or diminishing or, the place where the work is being carried out is closing. Before a decision is made to progress with a redundancy procedure, a business should, where possible try to avoid or minimise the need for redundancies. For example:
- Restrict overtime
- Reduce the use of temporary employees
- Reorganise work rather then recruit additional employees.
It is key to remember that employees with two years’ service or more including fixed term contract employees have the right to not be unfairly dismissed on the grounds of redundancy (or any other unfair grounds) and have the right to statutory redundancy pay.
Our approach to redundancies & restructures
Our team of employment law and HR specialists will work with you to explore your current situation and will take time to understand what you are aiming to achieve. We will then explore a range of suitable options, including changes to contracts, redundancies or restructuring certain teams.
Where redundancies are necessary, our team has experience of dealing with redundancies in companies both large and small. We will work with you to ensure the process is handled as fairly and efficiently as possible to reduce the stress and disruption for everyone involved.
To speak with one of our employment law and HR specialists, please call 0116 2045 305 or alternatively you can click the contact us button and email your enquiry using the contact form.
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