Many people have experienced a redundancy situation at some point in their working life. That doesn’t make it any easier to deal with when it happens to you.
Employers can alleviate some of the pain and anxiety of redundancy by following the correct consultation processes.
When employers get it wrong and don’t follow good practice guidelines, you are entitled to feel aggrieved and you may want to point this out to your employer.
We can help you examine whether you have been treated fairly and advise you on what to do next.
We can help you:
- raise a grievance about the process
- check that the financial amount you are offered is correct
- confirm that the process of redundancy (if you have already been made redundant) has been carried out fairly and whether you were the right person to be selected
- decide on the best course of action for you.
This is a demanding time for you and your family. Your first priority should be to make certain you are equipped with the right information and that you are treated fairly and sensitively throughout the process.
For more information on redundancy and to start a conversation on how we can help you please contact Rebecca Jorgensen, Head of Employment.