Our extensive expert legal support will guide you through making redundancies.

Employment Law

Businesses need to be agile in the face of unprecedented change and uncertainty. To survive means to adapt quickly to evolving market conditions and financial circumstances. 

If it is necessary to make redundancies, you will need to correctly identify which employees you should inform and consult with. It is essential you follow the correct procedure and apply it fairly. This will reduce the chances of employees bringing employment tribunal claims against you. 

As the process can be complex, it is advisable that you have expert legal advice and support from the start.

Making employees redundant can be daunting. By instructing our employment lawyers, we will provide you with best practice guidance, support your team to plan the process and timelines carefully, prepare the necessary documents, address queries, and deal with any unexpected eventualities. While we will work to ensure they are avoided, we can help you manage any disputes if they do occur. 

Our experts have successfully helped many businesses make roles redundancy, without any damage to their reputation.

To speak to one of our experts, call 0113 418 2055 or request a call back at a time convenient for you. You can also drop us an email at hello@rinewlegal.co.uk.

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