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There are only 4 situations in which redundancy is justified:
-       Your employer is closing the business;
-       Your employer is no longer continuing work of a certain kind;
-       The amount of work the business is carrying out is reducing;
-       The location of the business is changing.
If you are being made redundant and it is not one of the above reasons, you may have a claim for unfair dismissal.
If you are being made redundant your employer should follow reasonable redundancy procedures.  These procedures involve a duty to consult the employees who may be affected by redundancy, consider alternative vacancies, give the correct statutory redundancy payment and provide the relevant employees with the right to appeal. 

Our experienced solicitors can give you advice on all of the aspects of redundancy and support you throughout the process. 

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