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Advice on Redundancy for Employees

As an employee, one of the most stressful and difficult situations of your entire working life arises when there is a threat of redundancy and the termination of employment hanging over you, which is why we’re on hand to provide advice on redundancy for employees.

If you are selected for redundancy, it is important for you to be fully informed of your rights and about how much redundancy pay your employer owes you.

At Davenport Solicitors, our employment redundancy solicitors are on hand to provide you with everything you need to know about your rights in this situation. For assistance or advice, contact us here.

How our Employment Redundancy Solicitors can help you

With our considerable experience in this area of law, we can provide you with expert legal advice on redundancy and the termination of your employment.

If you have been made redundant, we will take the time to listen to your needs, and no matter what your circumstances are, we will advise you on the merits of any claim you may consider making.

We will advise you on whether your employment rights have been protected and if there are any grounds on which you may challenge the redundancy. As experts in providing redundancy advice for employees, we can ensure that you are treated fairly throughout the redundancy process.

If you have any questions about redundancy and how it affects you, contact us here.

When can redundancies occur?

Dismissal on grounds of redundancy can occur where there is a business closure, workplace closure or there is a reduced requirement for employees to carry out work of a particular kind.

If you have been informed that you are at risk of redundancy or that you have been dismissed on grounds of redundancy, you can speak to one of our expert Employment Redundancy Solicitors by contacting us here.

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