Facing redundancy

Being made redundant can have a negative impact on your finances and wellbeing.

Seeking legal advice from us at an early stage will better enable us to provide you with support at this difficult time, whether that be by simply checking your entitlements for you, or advising as to whether you have potential claims against your employer.

Redundancy and entitlements

Redundancy can arise in a several forms. Your employer might decide to closes it business entirely, close the workplace where you are employed or make seek to make cuts where there is a reduced requirement for employees to carry out the kind of work which you’re employed to do.

If you are made redundant, you will be entitled to:

  • Work your period of notice (or, in some circumstances, be paid in lieu of your period of notice); and
  • Statutory Redundancy Pay.

If you have been made redundant, you may feel that:

  • There was not a genuine redundancy situation;
  • Your employer did not consult with you;
  • You were unfairly selected for redundancy;
  • Your employer did not consider any alternatives to your redundancy.

We can assist you at all stages of a redundancy process whether your role has just been put at risk, or whether you have been dismissed and wish to appeal against your redundancy.

We can also check your entitlements and provide advice and representation if you decide to issue an Employment Tribunal claim.

Why choose Furley Page for redundancy advice

We have years of experience providing practical guidance in line with the law to employees and employee representative groups in relation to redundancies and restructures.

Case law in the area is constantly evolving. Whether you have a quick query regarding your statutory redundancy pay or you suspect you have been unfairly dismissed, you will be in safe hands if you instruct us.

Contact Andrew Masters or Patrick Glencross to find out how we can help you.

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