A model HR letter to inform an employee who was told that their job was at risk of redundancy because of the coronavirus crisis that their role is safe for now, following the Government's announcement of increased financial support for employers through the Job Support Scheme.
Updated to refer to new Regulations providing that the calculation of a week's pay for the purpose of statutory notice pay and statutory redundancy pay should be based on the employees' normal full pay, not reduced furlough pay.
With job losses continuing to hit the headlines, many employers are wrestling with the practical issues involving redundancy consultations, and how to conduct these in a sensitive way despite restrictions. Stuart Duff looks at the role of video in difficult conversations.
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