Restructuring and Redundancy

In these difficult times, many businesses are finding they need to restructure and reorganise their workforce. It is vital to ensure this is handled as smoothly as possible to protect the business and avoid the risk of claims. We have particular expertise in TUPE and collective redundancies, but whatever the scale of your proposed changes, we can give practical advice on the process you and your managers need to follow in relation to matters such as:

  • Is there a redundancy situation?
  • Potential relocation
  • Changing terms and conditions of employment
  • Restructures and reorganisation
  • Consultation – how long should you consult for and what should be involved?
  • Do you need to pool your employees?
  • Are selection criteria required and if so, what criteria may be suitable?
  • Redeployment – do you have alternative roles and are you obliged to offer them?
  • Bumping
  • Enhanced redundancy payments
  • Recruitment processes for alternative roles
  • Settlement Agreements
  • Appeals against redundancy

We have many years of experience between us of advising on redundancy and restructure situations in organisations of all sizes. We can help support you and your managers to enable you to handle these difficult situations as smoothly as possible.

If you are dealing with a potential restructure or redundancy situation, we are happy to discuss how we could help you – please contact us.


Pure Employment Law | 1 Little London, Chichester, West Sussex, PO19 1PH
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