Alternatives to Redundancies - Part One

Posted in : Supplementary Articles ROI on 9 April 2010
Jennifer Cashman
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During these turbulent times employers are attempting to come up with ways to retain key staff and avoid redundancies with a view to preserving their existing workforce but at the same time reducing their payroll costs. Employers are also paying heed to the recent decisions handed down by the Employment Appeals Tribunal, which expects employers to consider all other options before making an employee redundant.

This article, part one of our three part Alternatives to Redundancies series, is written by Jennifer Cashman of Ronan Daly Jermyn. It outlines a variety of alternatives to redundancies which can be considered individually or collectively to reduce payroll costs and preserve staff in

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