Redundancy law and practice - Part 5

Failure to consult with an individual may make dismissal unfair but compensation may be reduced (Polkey reduction) where it made no...

Redundancy law and practice - Part 4

UNFAIR REDUNDANCY DISMISSAL Automatically unfair dismissal for specified reasons No genuine redundancy situation Failure to consult...

Redundancy law and practice - Part 3

Suitable Alternative Employment Unreasonable refusal of suitable alternative employment results in loss of statutory redundancy pay. S....

Redundancy law and practice - Part 2

Closure of the workplace An employee is dismissed for redundancy if it is attributable wholly or mainly to the fact that the employer has...

Redundancy law and practice - Part 1

REDUNDANCY: AN OUTLINE OF LAW AND PRACTICE Redundancy, like much of employment law, is an increasingly complex concept. Its legal...

Employment Tribunal: redundancy

The current health crisis has resulted in mass dismissals for alleged redundancies. It is not unknown for employers to get rid of workers...

Redundancy: Written notice

Case Haywood v Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust [2018] UKSC 22, Supreme Court Facts The Trust identified H’s post as...

Poverty and the denial of justice

Examples of poor clients who have been denied justice Redundancy Practice as an employment lawyer currently involves an increasing number...

Redundancy

The legal meaning of redundancy is far more complex than the popular view. The general principle is that redundancies arise when an...