About This Webinar
Tuesday 27 June 2023 | 09:30 - 10:15
No organisation wants to make redundancies, but the unique circumstances currently facing the UK mean that, unfortunately, many employers are forced to contemplate the possibility as a way of reducing costs and keeping the organisation afloat.
But what are the alternatives to redundancy, and how can organisations ensure that they have exhausted other avenues that may be available?
During this webinar Sean Moran, a re-structuring specialist, will discuss strategies and key steps for organisations to consider with a view to avoiding the need to resort to redundancies. Sometimes redundancies are unavoidable though, and to this end Matt McDonald, an employment law expert, will cover some useful hints and tips, as well as the main pitfalls to watch out for, when undertaking a redundancy exercise.
Who Should Attend
HR Directors, HR Business Partners, senior managers and for anyone who is responsible for people management and payrolls in their organisation.
Our experienced employment solicitors are perfectly placed to help you navigate a wide range of employment law issues. We provide solutions that are tailored to the requirements of your organisation.
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