Redundancy with Respect

redundancy-3Over 2.7 million people have been made redundant in the UK in the last few years.

While the boss often needs to make redundancies, we need to do it without causing unnecessary harm.

It is so easy to focus on compliance and forget that we need to have real conversations, with real people who are about to find themselves without a job. We can get so worried about redundancy law and unfair dismissal we forget about the human side.

We have been helping organisations with redundancy and restructures for over 30 years.

You can do redundancy in a compassionate way – it doesn’t cost extra in terms of time or money. Start with some free advice.

If you are a boss or an HR person thinking of making someone redundant, click here to claim some free advice to get you started.

For more information on the Redundancy with Respect campaign including TV and radio interviews check our blog

About the Author Annabel Kaye

We founded Irenicon in 1980 to help employers make employment law work for them. We were always a mixed disciplinary practice – something quite revolutionary at the time. Over the years we have worked with some wonderful organisations, pushing the boundaries of how employment law can really be made to work without restricting the flow of the organisation.

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