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Redundancy selection matrixName of employee:Employment start date and current length of service[Insert date][Insert length of service]Job...
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22nd Sep
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Is an employer permitted to withhold/offset a statutory redundancy payment against a potential claim for damages/conversion if, on the employee’s...
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21st Sep
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If an employee accepts an offer of voluntary redundancy, does this amount to a dismissal for unfair dismissal purposes (ERA 1996, s 95), or is it a...
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17th Sep
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Will the Redundancy Payments Office make payment to the former employee of an insolvent business where the employee entered into a settlement...
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17th Sep
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Is a protective award, made by an employment tribunal following an employer's failure to carry out collective redundancy consultation, subject to...
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17th Sep
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If there is a government ‘lock down’ for coronavirus (COVID-19), is it possible that employment contracts might be frustrated?For information on...
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17th Sep
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Redundancy—fair procedure: individual consultationWhere there is no statutory obligation to consult with any existing employee representatives (see...
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9th Sep
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Letter—exercising contractual right to lay-off or impose short-time workingCORONAVIRUS (COVID-19): On 20 March 2020, the government announced the...
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17th Aug
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Letter—seeking agreement to lay-off, short-time working, pay reduction and/or unpaid leaveCORONAVIRUS (COVID-19): On 20 March 2020, the government...
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17th Aug
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ET3 grounds for resisting claim—protective award[Insert in para 6.1 of response form ET3:]1It is admitted that the Respondent did not consult with the...
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11th Aug
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ET1 grounds of unfair dismissal claim—redundancy (unfair selection)[Insert in para 8.2 of claim form ET1:]1The Claimant was employed by the Respondent...
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11th Aug
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Unreasonable refusal of alternative employmentEmployees who are made redundant may be offered further work after expiry of their contract. If such an...
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11th Aug
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Election rules—electing employee representatives1Introduction1.1These rules govern the election of [employee OR worker] representatives for [specify...
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11th Aug
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ET3 grounds for resisting claim — time off work for redundant employee[Insert in para 6.1 of response form ET3:]1It is denied that the Claimant is...
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11th Aug
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Policy—redundancy1Introduction1.1The Company is committed to maximising security of employment for its employees. The Company will seek to avoid...
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11th Aug
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ET1 grounds of claim—failure to pay protective award[Insert in para 8.2 of claim form ET1:]1By a decision given on [insert date], an employment...
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11th Aug
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ET3 grounds for resisting claim—redundancy payment[Insert in para 6.1 of response form ET3:]1[It is denied that the Claimant was dismissed on the...
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11th Aug

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