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Redundancy: Dismissal was by reason of redundancy where headcount was not reduced

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In Packman t/a Packman Lucas Associates v Fauchon [2012] IRLR 721 EAT, the EAT held that a dismissal will be by reason of redundancy where it is caused by an employer's need for employees to do less work of a particular kind, even if there is no change in the number of employees required.