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Get free ACAS-based advice on making staff redundancies

We provide free advice to businesses regarding all employee redundancy matters. We’ll answer any questions about the process, from specific terms to pay. Whatever the type of business you run is, we’re here to help 24 hours a day.

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Put our years of experience to work for your business

With over 35 years of experience in advising companies large and small, we know what it takes to provide employers with effective redundancy help. For instance, did you know that when restructuring, you can’t use that as an excuse to get rid of an under-performing person? Or that if you’re making 20 or more people redundant you have to notify the Secretary of State? UK law is littered with strict criteria that must be met if you are to manage redundancy properly and legally. Employers Direct is here to help you do just that.

At Employers Direct, we’re completely on your side. Our advice will allow you to successfully navigate the employee redundancy process, meaning you can continue to run your business knowing we’re always there whenever you need us.

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Let us manage your redundancy process for you and we’ll make sure that all the correct steps are followed, reducing stress for you and your staff along the way. With us on your side, you can concentrate on the important task of restructuring your business and getting on with what you do best.

Our experts in employer redundancy advice are waiting to help. A free consultation could answer a lot of your questions on how to manage redundancy and make sure you avoid claims for unfair dismissal.

To get employers redundancy help, call Employers Direct now on 0800 144 4050.

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We have years of experience in advising on HR issues and employment disputes.

As experts in all employment law issues, we’re here to provide step-by-step advice based on the official ACAS code of practice.

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FAQs

We’re here to answer any questions you might have with expert ease. Nothing is too much of an ask at Employers Direct, check a few examples below.

Genuine redundancies may occurs in three situations:

  • The business closing down completely
  • Place of work is closing down
  • The employer requires fewer employees to carry out specific work

Employers are required to give at least one week’s notice for each full year of continuous employment up to 12 weeks. However, if the contractual notice is more than the statutory, employers will need to compensate a redundant employee with a greater amount.

Yes, an employer is required to consult with staff about the possibilities of redundancies as early as possible. In addition, employees who are directly affected by this decision need to be consulted individually. Clear reasons need to be provided, and a form of compensation discussed. It is vital that employers have a strong grasp of correct procedures.

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Employers Direct was established in 2006 with the aim of providing Business Owners and Directors with simple advice on some of the challenges when employing staff, from the most basic to the much more complicated. Since then we have received over 100,000 requests for advice and have helped many businesses avoid costly Employment Tribunals.

Located in the heart of Manchester, Employers Direct is a team dedicated to your Employment Law or HR requirements. Available 24/7, our free advice service is second to none. Whether you simply require some assistance with a dispute or full representation in a tribunal, we are here to cater to your needs.

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