UK employment redundancy packs, letters & checklists.
Letters, policies and checklists for redundancy to ensure you act in line with statutory procedures, are fair and reasonable in all circumstances and avoid claims made against you.
Standard letter offering alternative employment to be used when the employee is unable to continue work in their current position and where the most suitable option is to offer alternative employment within the company.
A letter to be sent to employee representatives or trade union representatives informing them that the employer proposes to make 20 or more employees redundant within a period of 90 days and initiating consultation.
Checklist to be used by an employer to ensure compliance with employment legislation and to avoid tribunal claims when making an employee redundant.
Letter to an employee confirming their redundancy. Provisions to add you own relevant and unique reasons and notes.
A letter to be used by an employer in a redundancy situation to send to the employees seeking volunteers for redundancy.
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