The process an employer should follow, collective consultation, and employee rights, including notice periods and pay.
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When your employer is planning to make redundancies, you can choose to put yourself forward for redundancy before being selected ('voluntary redundancy').
Templates for employers to tell their employees that they're at risk of redundancy, invited to a consultation meeting or being made redundant. Free to download and use.
Letter template for employees raising an appeal against being made redundant. Free to download and use.
How to hold consultation meetings with employees at risk of redundancy.
How to select employees for redundancy in a fair way, including selection criteria, selection pools and scoring.
How and when to give employees redundancy notice.
Checking your redundancy is fair and what your rights are.
You can appeal against redundancy if you think you were selected unfairly or your employer did not follow a fair redundancy process.
What you must do if you’re planning to make more than 20 employees redundant.