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Risk of Redundancy

Risk of Redundancy

Risk of Redundancy

What is the process for being made redundant? 

If you find yourself at risk of redundancy, your employer will provide you with notice at which point the consultation period of reviewing employees starts to take place.  You may then be offered a redundancy process or decide to take voluntary redundancy. Annalie King, Partner and Head of Employment at Kerseys Solicitors in Ipswich and our Employment team at Kerseys Solicitors in Colchester details the process of redundancy for an employee.

If you are considering taking voluntary redundancy or your employer is making redundancies and as an employee you are offered redundancy by way of a Settlement Agreement, you will need to seek legal independent advice to ensure your Settlement Agreement is checked by an Employment Lawyer.

Our Employment team will review your Settlement Agreement and ensure that it is fair and correct and liaise with your employer to ensure an amicable Settlement Agreement is reached taking into consideration any schemes you have entered into during your employment and ensure that you understand the longer term restrictions on you also.

You do not need to leave your home or workplace, our Employment team will support you remotely, via telephone call and/or video call supporting you through what can be a very stressful time and relieving you of further stress during the redundancy process.

To read more on the process for being made redundant read more:-

Settlement Agreement – Kerseys Solicitors

What is a Settlement Agreement? – Video – Kerseys Solicitors

What if I do not agree to my Settlement Agreement? – Kerseys Solicitors

Providing or Receiving a Settlement Agreement? – Kerseys Solicitors

Annalie King, Partner and Head of Employment at Kerseys Solicitors is a click away or call away. You can contact Annalie by telephone at Kerseys Solicitors in Ipswich 01473 213311 or Kerseys Solicitors in Colchester 01206 584584, email [email protected] or visit our website and click “Call Me Back”.

Our Employment team we will be happy to contact you at a time that is convenient, we are a click or call away.

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