Clifton Ingram

Redundancy and Restructuring

No time is a good time to be told by your Employer that you are going to lose your job due to redundancy or a restructuring of the business. If this happened to you would you know where you stood?

Effecting redundancies or a business restructuring (which often results in redundancies) is seldom straightforward and Employers often make the mistake of not consulting properly (or even at all) with the affected Employees. In other situations Employers may appear to consult but not meaningfully or with transparency and may select for redundancy on grounds that may be unfair or discriminatory.

Where the Employer is contemplating 20 or more redundancies in any one establishment there is a complex statutory procedure to follow which Employers do not always follow correctly and in some cases, make no attempt to.

Our Employment team can advise you whether you are being properly consulted and whether any redundancy is based on fair grounds. We can help you to put your case forward effectively including writing letters and appeal notices. If you are still dismissed unfairly on grounds of redundancy, we can represent you or assist you in an Employment Tribunal claim.

Main Contacts

Alison Gair
Head of Employment & Intellectual Property
Alison Gair

Head of Employment & Intellectual Property Alison is a Senior Associate and has extensive experience in advising both individuals and... read more »

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Robert Cherry
Snr Associate Employment & Dispute Res
Robert Cherry

Senior Associate, Employment & Dispute Resolution Robert qualified as a solicitor in 1995 and is member of the Employment Lawyers... read more »

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