As the furlough scheme finally winds down after nearly 18 months – and on the assumption that there won’t be any last minute extensions this time around – employers with staff still furloughed will need to be thinking about what happens next.
Whilst there is optimism for the future, where a business is not expected to bounce back, that might mean redundancies. In this webinar, Tom and Esther consider an employer’s obligations when carrying out a redundancy exercise. In particular, they discussed:
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