Redundancy ConsultationPosted in : Seamus Says - Employment Law Discussion on 10 January 2020
"If you're about to begin a series of restructures, and the number of employees potentially made redundant could be between 10 to 15, although the number at risk will be over 20. Would this need to be a collective consultation process?"
Seamus: The potential is 20?
Scott: No, there's 20 employees or more covered, but there's 10 to 15 that are being made redundant.
Seamus: Well, it's . . .
Rolanda: The numbers.
Seamus: . . . dependent on the number affected.
Scott: The number it affects? Well, there may be other changes. Because if you change terms and conditions, you're looking at restructuring of employees, that would fall under collective consultation requirements. So, if there's
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