Redundancy Pay; Understanding Redundancy with James Johnson

James Johnson

05 January 2017

Expert employment solicitor James Johnson answers questions and explains the redundancy process.

  • What is the statutory redundancy pay?
  • What is your notice pay entitlement?
  • What is redundancy bumping?
  • Can you appeal against being made redundant?
  • What is a voluntary redundancy?

What is a redundancy?

Redundancies are a form of dismissal and can happen when an employee's job no longer exists. This may be due to an employer needing to reduce their workforce, reduce costs, close the business, or certain work is no longer needed. If an employee is made redundant they may be eligible for certain rights such as time off to look for work, redundancy pay, a notice period and consultation with the employer.


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