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Voluntary redundancy

Sometimes employers offer voluntary redundancy to avoid having to make compulsory redundancies. Being in this situation can have its benefits, but it’s important to weigh up all the pros and cons be...

Early retirement

Early retirement might sound like a good idea if you’re made redundant, or want to make a change, but it’s important to weigh up the pros and cons. Take the time to think carefully ab...

Redundancy pay

If you’ve been in the same job for at least two years your employer has to pay you redundancy money. The legal minimum is called ‘statutory redundancy pay’, but check your contract – you might...

Unfair dismissal versus redundancy

If you think you’ve been the victim of unfair dismissal, such as constructive dismissal, this guide will help you check if have a case. If you find that your employer has not done things by the book...

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