Redundancy

Are you facing redundancy or do you think you may have been made redundant unfairly?
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SA Law has helped many employees when facing the risk of redundancy. We provided robust yet sensible advice, helping to bring clarity at what can be a distressing time.

To find out more about what you should do if you're facing redundancy, please click here for advice from our Employment experts.

How we can help you

  • If you think you have been treated unfairly, you may have a potential claim which we can assess for you and advise you on next steps.
  • Not every redundancy is straightforward and you may be asked to sign a settlement agreement. We can negotiate on your behalf to ensure you receive the best possible exit package.

It's good to bear in mind

  • Redundancies and reorganisations require a great deal of attention to ensure they are handled fairly. Failure to do so opens an employer up to a host of potential claims which could lead to awards of compensation.
  • Make sure you take some time to prepare for a redundancy meeting. It is a good idea to take some written notes with you just in case in the heat of the moment you forget what you wanted to say.
  • During the redundancy consultation process it's important that you take notes during the meeting and ensure that you ask all the questions you can.
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