There is much to think about when you’re facing redundancy or dismissal. Whether it’s a matter of knowing how much notice your employer has to give you or whether you are entitled to redundancy pay, knowing where you stand gives you the best chance. If you’re being made redundant and want to know what your options are, we’re here to help.
Do you feel that you’ve been treated unfairly on the grounds of your:
- Gender reassignment
- Maternity & pregnancy
- Marriage or civil partnership
- Religion or belief
- Sexual orientation?
If yes, our specialist discrimination lawyer will be able to support you in this, as well as with any of your concerns around redundancy.
Understanding Redundancy Law
Our Employment Lawyers have in-depth knowledge of this complex area of law. We will advise you on all relevant aspects of redundancy law in a way that is clear and easy to understand, with the focus on getting the best possible outcome for you and your future. Sometimes this means negotiating an employment settlement agreement, which is best done with an expert by your side.
If you feel that you have been unfairly selected for redundancy, and your case cannot be resolved directly with your employer, then you’ll want to take action as soon as possible. You have three months less one day from the termination of your employment to lodge a claim with the Employment Tribunal. We will advise and assist you throughout the Tribunal process and help you understand your rights and options at every step.
Need help with redundancy? Don’t hesitate to contact us today on 0151 282 1700.