- Is the thought of making redundancies keeping you awake at night?
- Do you wish you could find a way of avoiding this course of action?
- Are you unsure of the legal requirements of redundancy and redeployment?
Redundancy and redeployment are two terms that are being used ever more frequently in today’s economic climate. With nearly 550,000 redundancies being made between January and July 2009 in the UK alone, this appears to be a trend that will continue for some time to come as fewer people in work means less demand for services.
At Jay Webb Consultancy Services we aim to provide you with practical guidance, as well as putting a positive spin on the situation. We offer support and advice for both redundancy and redeployment options to try to make the transition seamless. We can produce letters, redundancy calculations and provide personal advice on how to deal with both staff and managers during these stressful times. In this way you avoid the pitfalls, you get it right first time, you ensure people are paid properly and avoid costly Employment Tribunals
Our staff have a wealth of experience of these issues within both the public and private sectors, from performing strategic reviews of where costs savings can be made in terms of personnel, to undertaking the selection criteria and producing the relevant documentation for staff.
We can also guide you as a business owner or manager on how and where to deliver the news to staff, including scripts, to ensure that the information you give them meets all legislative guidelines. Our aim is to make the process as stress-free as possible for you, and to ensure that the right people get the right information at the right time.
We can also provide an off the shelf redundancy package for those organisations that just need help with the process rather than a consultant to guide them through. You can purchase this on our Buy Now page
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