Redundancy & Re-organisation
Unfortunately for many employers they will have no option other than to consider making redundancies in their business. Where redundancies are considered it is important for employers to seek advice from employment specialists to ensure they are following best practice in order to follow employments laws and choosing the most cost effective option for the business.
Although many employers will have perfectly legitimate reasons for making redundancies, it is still important that employers follow a reasonable procedure which involves consultation, a fair basis for selection and consideration of alternatives before arriving at the decision to make employees redundant.
There may be times where business decides to restructure their existing operations and move certain employees into different roles, with different responsibilities, and may even involve demoting certain members of senior staff.
Our employment & HR specialists are on hand to resolve any concerns you have and guide you through the process of redundancies and restructuring. We will help minimise the risk of the potential for any claims and deal with all the formalities of making staff redundant, or resigning roles, for you.
There is lots of information online regarding what support and information there is available for businesses during the Corona Virus outbreak, many of it is hearsay and gossip. Keep up to date with Employment Law in regards to the Coronavirus outbreak here.
Free Initial Consultation
We offer a free consultation to any new HR & Employment client.
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We’ll listen carefully to you, clarify what you’re trying to achieve, and then explain if and how we can help you. We will take some initial information and liaise with a legal professional regarding your case. If it looks like we can help, we will book you in for a consultation with a legal professional.
Our Employment team, is renowned for its no-nonsense, energetic and pragmatic approach. Its success isn’t just down to its extensive knowledge of the law, it’s also the way we pride ourselves on putting our client first, getting to know you and understanding what you want to achieve. To get the best results for you and achieve commercially sensible outcomes it is essential that we understand your business.