Voluntary & Involuntary Redundancy
If your employer is looking to reduce their workforce, or believe that your role is no longer needed, they might select you for redundancy.
Your employer may ask you to agree to end your contract, which is a voluntary redundancy. Or, they may select your position specifically for redundancy, which is a fair redundancy if:
- Your employer is moving place of business,
- The business is closing down, or,
- Job duties diminish or disappear
If your redundancy seems reasonable and fair, you will likely just need advice on your settlement agreement. However, if you feel that you have been unfairly selected for redundancy, whether that be because of discrimination or something else, then you may be able to claim for unfair dismissal.
If your employer is making you redundant and you feel it’s for unfair reasons, you may be able to make an unfair dismissal claim. Whether you were unfairly dismissed, or you are facing a claim from a former employee of yours, we can offer expert advice. And, we may be able to act on a no win no fee basis if you are bringing a claim for unfair dismissal.
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So, if you need redundancy advice, please get in touch with us. We can help you understand the process for voluntary and involuntary redundancy, review a settlement agreement, and more.
We can offer you:
- Expert legal advice from experienced professionals
- Possibly same day service if you have all your documents ready to be reviewed
- Free initial consultation
- Monthly payment options, or pay when you get your redundancy award
We can also offer you a fixed-fee advice package to support you through the process of getting made redundant. Ask us about this to find out exactly what help and advice we can provide.
We cover all of England & Wales, but because we based in the North, our rates are lower than other parts of the country.
So, let us put your mind at ease. Call us on 01925 351 350 or send us a message with the form below.