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AUTHOR: Noelle Murphy
Widespread redundancy programmes are back on the agenda for
the majority of organisations, our latest survey finds, with no signs of the
situation improving in the remainder of 2012.
On this page:How many employees
were made redundant in 2011?UK-wide redundancy
figuresReasons for redundancies in 2011Chart 1: Reasons for redundancies in 2011How
many redundancies are expected in 2012?Reasons for planned
redundancies in 2012Steps taken to minimise compulsory
redundancies in 2011Chart 2: Steps taken to minimise
compulsory redundancies in 2011Voluntary redundancies
increaseImpact of redundanciesOur
researchTable 1: Redundancies by size and sector in
2011 and 2012Table 2: Rate of expected redundancies
per 100 employees in 2011 and 2012 Additional resources on
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