The truth about redundancy


It is an unfortunate fact that many businesses have not been able to cope under the pressure that financial circumstances, and a predicted double dip recession, have placed upon them. Many have had to close their business entirely, making the whole workforce redundant, or have at least had to downsize to a level that finely balances the demand for work and operational minimums.

Redundancy is classed as a dismissal in law even though there is generally no fault to be apportioned to either

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