Redundancy, Notice and Counter NoticePosted in : Supplementary Articles ROI on 13 August 2010
The steps required to terminate employment by reason of redundancy are more complicated than many people realise if they are to be carried out correctly, particularly if circumstances change during this time of uncertainty. We asked Ailbhe Dennehy examine the key points that you should know.
Circumstances requiring suitable notice to be served in the context of a potential redundancy situation are more varied than simply providing an employee with notice of the redundancy of his position by way of the widely used Form RP50. It is important for employees and employers alike to be aware of the conditions relevant to these types of notice in order to protect their employment rights and
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