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Dealing with Redundancies

There may come the time when you may need to make one or more members of your staff redundant. This can be for any number of unfortunate, yet legitimate, reasons; which may include the business ceasesing to operate, relocation or new technology replacing staff.

Redundancy is a sensitive issue which must be treated with the utmost discretion. In such circumstances an employer is obliged to comply with the law, follow the correct redundancy procedure and adhere to the ACAS code of conduct.  It is an employer's duty to follow the correct redundancy process which should include proper consultation and communication with all staff in order to keep them fully informed about what to expect.

Castle Associates is here to help you through every stage of the redundancy process. Our dedicated specialist team will be there to support you, your staff and ensure that process is conducted failry and in compliance with the law.


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