Risk of Redundancy ii

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edited 30 September 2023 at 11:32AM in Redundancy & redundancy planning

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  • Good afternoon,

    It certainly sounds unlawful the way you are being treated, particularly as you have had good performance ratings and no issues raised with you by your employer previously as you have stated. I work for a legal firm specialising in employment legislation and mediation, I would advise to seek a legal opinion on this matter and I am inclined to agree with you about your employer wishing to press ahead with the process regardless of this impact on your health. 

    A letter of authority does serve a good purpose with employers who are being lawful and it bridges the gap in communication and keeps the process moving, I guess it depends on what is your preferred outcome from this situation is, but please do not let yourself get pressured into anything and seek that advice. 

    It's shocking the number of employers who try these types of tactics, it wouldn't be a local council that you work for would it?! They are by far the worst offenders. 

    I do hope you get this resolved and I'm happy to provide details should you need advice. 

    Regards


  • lincroft1710
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    Shalinap said:


    It's shocking the number of employers who try these types of tactics, it wouldn't be a local council that you work for would it?! They are by far the worst offenders. 




    If you reread the original post you will see it is "a large UK insurance company"
    If you are querying your Council Tax band would you please state whether you are in England, Scotland or Wales
  • JCS1
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    Shalinap said:
    Good afternoon,

    It certainly sounds unlawful the way you are being treated, particularly as you have had good performance ratings and no issues raised with you by your employer previously as you have stated. I work for a legal firm specialising in employment legislation and mediation, I would advise to seek a legal opinion on this matter and I am inclined to agree with you about your employer wishing to press ahead with the process regardless of this impact on your health. 

    A letter of authority does serve a good purpose with employers who are being lawful and it bridges the gap in communication and keeps the process moving, I guess it depends on what is your preferred outcome from this situation is, but please do not let yourself get pressured into anything and seek that advice. 

    It's shocking the number of employers who try these types of tactics, it wouldn't be a local council that you work for would it?! They are by far the worst offenders. 

    I do hope you get this resolved and I'm happy to provide details should you need advice. 

    Regards


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