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If your employer does not have enough work for you it might consider laying you off with no work or reducing your working hours. Both of these options may help to avoid redundancies. Read on for more information about when an employer might do this and whether they have the right to do this.
If your employer has been through an internal process which has resulted in your redundancy dismissal, you will often be given the right to appeal that decision. At Lincs Law Employment Solicitors, we want to help and we set out in this post guidance to help you with your appeal. Alternatively, if you would like to discuss your situation with a specialist, qualified, employment law solicitor, please call us on 01522 440512 for a free consultation.
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We are getting increasing numbers of queries from clients at risk of redundancy. In the current times, such enquiries are not surprising. What is surprising is the number of people being made redundant whilst their employer is actively recruiting for staff. At Lincs Law Employment Solicitors, we want to help and this post sets out information and guidance to assist. However, if you would like to discuss your situation with a qualified, specialist, employment solicitor, just call us on 01522 440512 for a free consultation.
Where an employer is proposing to make 20 or more employees redundant, a specific procedure known as a Collective Redundancy Consultation must be followed. For more information on what is required under this type of consultation please read on.
In Employment Law, there are three categories of individuals who provide their services in the job market; Employee, Worker and a Self-employed contractor but which one applies to you?
Sadly, there continues to be a high number of redundancies being made by employers due to the Coronavirus pandemic. That said, I have also received questions from employees as to whether it is lawful for an employer to reduce their hours, working days or pay instead of making them redundant. Read on to learn more.
For employees who remain on Furlough Leave, it can be an anxious wait to hear whether there is a job for you to return to when the Job Retention Scheme comes to an end. However, whilst you may have been on Furlough Leave this does not mean you should automatically be selected for redundancy. Read on to learn more.