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Redundancy, restructures and change

Reorganisations, restructurings and other major changes

Internal or external events may provide the trigger for reorganising a business in a bid to remain competitive

Inform and consult your employees

The types, benefits and legal obligations of consultation and communication

Working with non-union representatives

How consulting employees and their representatives can encourage a trusting and co-operative business environment

Redundancy: the options

Legal obligations when making employees redundant

Calculate the statutory redundancy pay due to your employee

This tool will calculate and produce a statement of payment due to your employees under the statutory redundancy scheme

Change an employee's terms of employment

What to consider when changing an employee's contract, including your legal obligations and employee consultations

Continuous employment and employee rights

What continuous employment is, when it begins and ends, periods of interruption in employment and dismissal issues

Responsibilities to employees if you buy or sell a business

TUPE regulations and your employees' rights if they are transferred into or out of your business

 
 
 

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