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redundancy procedure


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A redundancy procedure sets out the steps to be followed in the event of redundancy. Typically, such a procedure will include: (1) a statement of intent to maintain employment security where practicable; (2) details of consultation arrangements with trade union or other workplace representatives; (3) measures for minimizing or avoiding compulsory redundancies; (4) the selection criteria to be used where redundancy is unavoidable; (5) details of redundancy payments; (6) details of relocation expenses, hardship funds, and appeals procedures; and (7) the policy on helping redundant employees obtain training or search for alternative work.

(1) a statement of intent to maintain employment security where practicable; (2) details of consultation arrangements with trade union or other workplace representatives; (3) measures for minimizing or avoiding compulsory redundancies; (4) the selection criteria to be used where redundancy is unavoidable; (5) details of redundancy payments; (6) details of relocation expenses, hardship funds, and appeals procedures; and (7) the policy on helping redundant employees obtain training or search for alternative work

Subjects: Human Resource Management.


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