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Best Practice Guide for Making Redundancies

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Whether going through acquisitions, restructures or an entire collapse, most organisations at some point will be faced with the task of making teams or individuals redundant. It’s therefore prudent to plan for different scenarios to ensure that the process is handled in a careful, considered, lawful and positive way for all concerned parties. This step-by-step guide will put you and your organisation in a good place when faced with change, so that your employees can be supported and your business can continue to grow.  

We have partnered with the Kemp Little Employment Team to cover the fundamentals of making redundancies, yet it is not intended to be a comprehensive guide to the law and so we recommend that you seek legal advice for further support.

 

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42% of employees that were made redundant said they would have liked to have received more support from their former employer. 

 

Take a proactive approach

This best practice guide will provide you with the tools and information you need to help your organisation avoid the pitfalls, and plan for a seamless end-to-end redundancy process.  We’ll delve into the full process from the planning stages through to completion whilst also considering how you can support your remaining employees. With this guide you will be able to stretch and challenge your thinking around best practice and discover how to take a proactive approach, that will have a positive impact on the employees and the organisation, through what can be a difficult time.  

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