Redundancy (2): redundancy and unfair dismissal

This practice note provides guidance on an employer's obligations towards the individual in a redundancy situation. It considers consultation, pools and selection criteria, having regard to the employer's desire to avoid claims for unfair dismissal and suggests a step by step guide to managing the process.
 


 

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