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Redundancy: when and how to collectively consult - Live

Redundancy: when and how to collectively consult - Live

Despite the government’s extension of furlough to October, the longer term considerations businesses are taking to remain afloat are more serious than ever. Where collective redundancies (for 20 or more employees) is the only option left, the correct process needs to be followed to avoid appeals and claims in the future.

In this webinar, we discuss the criteria, process and timelines for collective redundancies.  There will also be an opportunity for questions which you can forward to us in advance at events@shma.co.uk, or ask live on the day.

Please do let us know of future topics that you are interested in, or for more information about our webinars please contact us and you can view past webinars at SHMA®ON DEMAND.

 

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