Redundancy SelectionPosted in : How do I handle it NI on 9 June 2015
I am an HR Manager and am about to start a redundancy consultation exercise within our company, we plan to make around ten redundancies. I’ve been told that I can select employees for redundancy, without consulting with the employees at all beforehand about the redundancy process. I am concerned that this may not be the correct procedure to follow. How do I handle it?
Rachel Richardson writes:
From your question, I assume that this is the first time you have engaged in a redundancy consultation exercise and you are right to be concerned, as if you do not follow the correct procedure from the outset, then the company will be placed at a much higher risk of unfair dismissal claims. If you had
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