Although voluntary redundancy is often regarded as lower risk than compulsory redundancy, there are still traps for the unwary employer.
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Could a failure to furlough make a redundancy unfair? This question has been on our lips for some time but, with a huge backlog in the employment tribunal system, we are seeing long delays before many of the pandemic-related claims are heard.
Until recently automatic unfair dismissal claims arising from concerns about health and safety were regarded as a bit ‘niche’.
FE Colleges, in common with most employers, have their share of workplace personality clashes. A serious breakdown in relationships will, in extreme cases, inevitably result in a dismissal of once or more staff.
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