If you are facing the prospect of being made redundant, it is important to obtain expert advice as soon as possible as employers do not always follow the correct procedures for redundancy and terminations.

Our expert Employment Law Team have many years' experience of advising employees in relation to individual and collective redundancies. Our employment lawyers at all times provide pragmatic advice and guidance on the legal process involved, acting in your best interests to ensure you are getting the redundancy package to which you are entitled.

We aim to make the redundancy process as uncomplicated and stress free as possible, guiding you through every stage so you understand at all times how matters are progressing and what is being done on your behalf. If your redundancy has already been confirmed, you have just three months from the date your employment ends to have taken steps to start an Employment Tribunal claim.

In order to commence a claim for unfair dismissal, you will need to have been employed with your employer for a minimum of two years. Although, there are some exceptions to this rule:

  • Asserting a statutory right;
  • Participating in trade union activities;
  • Whistleblowing; and/or
  • Your dismissal was connected with health and safety concerns.

Contact a member of the employment team today to seek further support and advice. If you wish to read some guidance on Settlement Agreements, please click here to visit our dedicated page.

If you would like further information please contact us on 0121 562 1704 or click the link below to contact us.

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