Redundancy is a major fear for many employees, as it means that your services are simply no longer required and you have been relieved from your role. Redundancy occurs when an employee, for any variety of reasons, is no longer needed. In this case, the employer is unable to redeploy the employee to a different role or offer them an alternative position within the company. When this happens, the employee is let go and made redundant.
There are however cases whereby you can appeal against redundancy. For example, if you were to find out that the position that was announced to be rendered redundant was subsequently offered to someone else, you might have a case.…Continue reading