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Collective redundancies

21 September 2016

Most employers are aware of the procedures that have to be followed when making someone redundant (or their job, to be more precise).

Most employers are aware of the procedures that have to be followed when making someone redundant (or their job, to be more precise). 

Additional, more complex requirements arise when an employer is proposing collective redundancies. If 20 or more people are likely to be made redundant within 90 days, there must be consultations with all affected staff before the dismissals can take place. This inbrief highlights some of the main issues for employers.

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