Does your organisation need to consider making employees redundant, or is this something that may concern you in the future? With HR Services and Redundancy Training available, this difficult decision can be handled with care.
What is Redundancy?
Redundancy is a type of dismissal from a job. This is done when the role is considered to be no longer required by the business. Alternatively, the workforce may need to be reduced for various reasons. This may be due to a downsizing of the business, being overstaffed or changes in your organisation. Whatever the reason may be, this will mean that some of your employees are no longer needed and must be asked to leave i.e. made redundant.
This can make redundancy a difficult process to handle. Some business look to outsourced HR services in these cases but training can be done to make sure your HR advisers have the right knowledge for redundancy matters.
What does our Redundancy Training Course offer?
It is a difficult decision to make and even tougher conversation to have, especially when the employee(s) has been a valuable member of your workforce for some time and has done nothing but work hard.
However, redundancy is a business decision that, often, can’t be avoided and many people are understanding of this as long as it is proceeded with in the correct way.
If you find yourself in this situation, it’s important that you are aware of the appropriate procedures and the rights of the employee so that there are no repercussions further down the line.
What does our redundancy training course offer:
- How to identify a redundancy situation
- Individual redundancy consultation
- Collective consultation including when it arises and how to conduct it
- Statutory redundancy and notice payments
- Alternatives to redundancy
- Redeployment to alternative employment and statutory trial periods
- Selection matrices
- Bumping and identifying the correct pools for selection
Course duration: 1-2 days
To find out more about this course, contact us today.
For more information on this course, please call us on 0845 2626 260