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At Kew Law our employment law solicitors have the knowledge and the expertise to provide advice to clients undergoing individual and collective redundancies whether it be assisting in a challenge to a redundancy selection or to maximise redundancy compensation payments. Whatever the nature of your circumstances, our employment law solicitors can advise you throughout the process in order to help achieve the best possible results.

Being made redundant or being put at risk of redundancy can be a highly stressful, particularly if redundancy has come as a surprise to you. Instructing a solicitor to guide you through the redundancy process will give you the confidence that it is being conducted in a proper and fair manner.

We advise employees on their employment rights in a redundancy situation. We consider whether a proper procedure is being followed, whether adequate consultation has taken place, whether the methods of redundancy selection are fair, and whether the employer has considered opportunities for suitable alternative work. Our advise is based upon trying to preserve your job.

We also advise on compensation available to those facing redundancy, considering your individual circumstances so as to negotiate a better termination package and we provide independent legal advice on compromise agreements which are increasingly used by employers as a means of offering a binding severance deal.

Contact us here for an initial discussion and to make an appointment or call our mobile friendly number on 033 33 22 1000 or 0800 987 8156 to speak to an Employment Law Solicitor.

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