Many employers will be faced with the possibility of carrying out redundancies over the coming weeks and months. Employment lawyer Darren Newman navigates you through the law on carrying out a collective redundancy exercise.
Practical guidance on carrying out collective redundancy consultation with a remote workforce, when employees are on furlough or working from home during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, including electing employee representatives and conducting the consultation process.
With mass redundancies expected over the coming months, it's easy to focus on supporting those losing their jobs. But "survivors" also need reassuring that their job is safe and the process was conducted fairly. Jamie Mackenzie offers some tips for HR.
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