Webinar Series: Getting Redundancy Right

Written by Martha Mitchell
9 October, 2020
Webinar series - Getting redundancy right

A simple and helpful guide to redundancies

Tune in to watch and listen to our two lawyers explain how to get redundancy right.  Getting it wrong can result in unfair dismissal claims and compensation of up to 12 months pay to each employee. Register Now

When?

Tuesday 20 October 2020 @ 12.30

Who?

This webinar is suitable for business owners who are considering making less than 20 redundancies.

Where?

Hosted by Jennifer Ormond and Kevin Murphy on zoom

Webinar Agenda

  • 7 Steps to redundancy of a stand-alone employee
  • 10 Steps to redundancy of employees who are in a group who do the same or similar work
  • How to work out redundancy pay
  • What to do about notice pay
  • Myth busting: appeals
  • Question & Answer

Plus get your hands on 2 FREE downloadable how to guides for Stand alone & group redundancies for each Webinar member.

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Click here to email an anonymous question that you would like to know regarding all things redundancy that will be answered in the webinar.

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For more information, click here to check out our blog post on the 7 simple steps

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