Relocation or Redundancy – How do I handle it?

Posted in : How Do I Handle It ROI on 20 April 2021
Antoinette Vahey
Issues covered: Redundancy; Relocation; Mobility Clauses

Today Antoinette Vahey, Partner with Ronan Daly Jermyn considers this question:

“We are changing the location of our premises to another business unit, five kilometres away from our current location. Most employees are happy to relocate however one employee has indicated that it is giving rise to personal difficulties for him as he drops his kids to school on his way to work and the new premises is on the other side of town for him. He is refusing to move and says that he’s entitled to a redundancy payment. How do I handle it?”  

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