Your rights during redundancy

How you're selected

Your employer may group together similar roles in a 'selection pool' to make sure you're selected in a fair way.

Your employer may use agreed criteria to choose who to make redundant from the selection pool.

It’s against discrimination law to select anyone because of:

Your employer must also not use criteria that indirectly discriminates against you. For example, if they use flexible working as a criteria, they could be discriminating against women. They would need to show that flexible working is no longer possible after the organisation has changed.

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