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Consultation advice

edited 30 November -1 at 12:00AM in Redundancy & Redundancy Planning
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indigoblue11indigoblue11
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edited 30 November -1 at 12:00AM in Redundancy & Redundancy Planning
Hi all

Long story short....

I was on a secondment for 12 months, they have no headcount to make the role permanent. 24 hours later I am now at risk of redundancy as my old role no longer exists.

My question is, do I have to attend my consultation meeting?

This is a very difficult time.

Thank you

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  • nicechapnicechap
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    Hi all

    Long story short....

    I was on a secondment for 12 months, they have no headcount to make the role permanent. 24 hours later I am now at risk of redundancy as my old role no longer exists.

    My question is, do I have to attend my consultation meeting?

    This is a very difficult time.

    Thank you

    What advantage will you get by not attending?

    Its rarely a good idea not follow reasonable management requests.
    Originally Posted by shortcrust
    "Contact the Ministry of Fairness....If sufficient evidence of unfairness is discovered you’ll get an apology, a permanent contract with backdated benefits, a ‘Let’s Make it Fair!’ tshirt and mug, and those guilty of unfairness will be sent on a Fairness Awareness course."
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