We provide specialist legal support for employers making employees redundant, minimising disruption to your business at every step.
Tees has extensive experience guiding employers through reorganisations, restructures and redundancy exercises (including collective redundancies). Our advice is tailored to your business’ particular needs, and we focus on minimising any potential risks. So, you can be confident that your business is fully informed and protected, while taking the necessary steps.
If you are considering making 20 or more employees redundant, you must comply with additional consultation requirements. Our employment law solicitors can advise on every aspect of collective redundancies – from initial advice, election of representatives and notification to BIS, through to due collective consultation and redundancy dismissals.
If you are considering making employees redundant, our employment law team can guide you smoothly through the process. We will ensure that your business complies with all the legal requirements – such as the consultation requirements specific to redundancy dismissals. We can guide you through the process from start to finish.
Tees can advise you on any issue relating to redundancy, including:
Our services include practical measures such as preparing a timetable of steps, drafting letters and guides for meetings. We can be involved as much, or as little, as your business requires. Our level of involvement ranges from managing the whole process, to providing ad hoc advice to support your in-house teams.
We deliver costs transparently, and we always discuss legal costs at the outset. We can agree our level of involvement to be commensurate with your budget, and we may be able to agree fixed fees or capped fees in certain cases.
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