When you are faced with redundancy, it is entirely natural for you to feel as though your employer is making you redundant. In reality it should be the particular job role that you hold which is being made redundant.

There could be a number of reasons for this. It may be that there has been a reduction in a particular type of work, which means that your role is no longer required, or it could be that the business is looking to restructure and do things in a different way, which means that your role isn’t needed.

If you have been advised by your employer that your job role is at risk of redundancy, they are required to take you through a consultation process before coming to any final decision.

We can help support you in dealing with the daunting prospect and process of redundancy.

How we can help

Should you find yourself in a redundancy situation, we can help guide you through the process and assist with any discussions you may look to have with your employer. Please contact our Employment team, and we can help you navigate through this difficult time, providing expert, confidential and supportive advice.

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