Redundancy is a special form of dismissal which happens when an employer needs to reduce the size of its workforce. In the UK, an employee is dismissed for redundancy if:
You must be selected for redundancy in a fair way, e.g. because of your level of experience or capability to do the job.
You can’t be selected because of age, gender, or if you’re disabled or pregnant etc.
To check whether your redundancy is valid and how to to challenge the decision follow this link,
Comprehensive guides to redundancy are available at the following links:
Preparing for Redundancy
If you suspect that you may be made redundant in the future there are certain things you can do to manage your money and insure that your financial commitments are kept under control.
Advice and help with preparing for redundancy can be found at money.co.uk. .
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