Redundancy Part 6: Unusual Situations & FAQ’s

Redundancy v2

The final instalment of a mini series focusing on Redundancy

Episode 6: Unusual Redundancy & Frequently Asked Questions

This is the final episode of a mini series on redundancy in which I will focus on all aspects of redundancy and how to ensure you get things right.

In this episode I will cover:

  • How to deal with employees on maternity leave
  • What you need to do to consult employees on maternity leave
  • What to pay employees on maternity leave
  • When you have to offer an alternative role to an employee on maternity leave as a priority
  • How to deal with notice for an employee on maternity leave
  • What to do with employees on sick leave during a redundancy consultation
  • Points to consider when consulting with a sick employee
  • How to calculate redundancy pay for an employee on sick leave
  • The relevance of the ACAS code of practice
  • The legal obligation to allow an employee to be accompanied during the redundancy process
  • What to do with those employees who volunteer for redundancy

 Action Points

Check your contracts and handbooks to see if you have any contractual obligations in terms of the redundancy process particularly for employees on maternity or sick leave, and with regards to the right to be accompanied during the redundancy process. .

Helpful Links

Online tool for working out statutory redundancy pay

Employment Rights Act 1996 

Simpson v Endsleigh Insurance Services 

Guide to Redundancy

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