As experts predict another global recession the prospect of savage job cuts looms once again.
In challenging financial times the question of which staff to select for redundancy can be one of the toughest for any employer.
When an employer is considering redundancies it is a difficult time for all concerned and getting it wrong can prove costly.
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Many parents will say life changed forever when their first child was born… and some may even tell you that it also had a disastrous impact on their working life.
Redundancy and the importance of getting right
Redundancy can be difficult, challenging and distressing for all involved and ensuring it is done correctly is vital.
There is a lot of uncertainty when faced with redundancy and if a business is closing down an employee can be forgiven for thinking ‘where does that leave me?’
It’s fair to say there is no good way of breaking bad news, but there is a right way to do so when it comes to announcing redundancies.
The mere mention of redundancy and the prospect of it are bound to make any employee feel sick with worry.