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Redundancy can have a significant impact on both employers and employees. If you are concerned about how the process will affect you as a business or individual, our Employment Lawyers are here to help. Do get in touch to discuss your Redundancy matter with our team.

Redundancy Advice for Employers

As an employer, you must meet certain requirements when planning redundancies. These include:

  • Considering all reasonable alternative options, such as alternative employment within your business.
  • Applying objective criteria when selecting employees for redundancy.
  • Providing sufficient notice to employees of the likelihood of redundancy.

Employers who fail to observe these and other requirements could face problems, including costly and time-consuming unfair dismissal claims. Specialist advice and assistance from an Employment Solicitor from the outset can help you to navigate this complex process successfully and ensure your overall business objectives are met.

Redundancy Advice for Employees

Facing redundancy can be very worrying. We have helped many individuals in your situation to negotiate a fair package, often using a Settlement Agreement. We can advise on where you stand in relation to redundancy pay, enhanced redundancy packages and unlawful redundancies. Our lawyers are approachable and empathetic but take a tough approach when representing you in settlement negotiations so that you secure the best deal possible.

Contact our Redundancy Solicitors in Carrigart and Letterkenny, Co. Donegal

For assistance with Redundancy matters, or any other Employment Law issue, call our team on 0749890190 or complete our online contact form and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

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