Redundancy and reorganisation programmes

Our guidance on compliance will ensure your reorganisation or redundancy programme proceeds with maximum efficiency, minimum risk and as sensitively as possible.

Business reorganisations and redundancies require a great deal of attention to ensure they are handled legitimately. Failure to do so opens an employer up to a host of potential claims, fines and damage awards.

Affected employees will be consulted in accordance with current employment legislation, but with a strong focus on your commercial deadlines.

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