|"Independent Redundancy Help" - Established since 2000
Alternative Employment Options
An employer should always consider whether an employee, who is to be made
redundant, can be offered suitable alternative employment somewhere else
within the company and this Information should be readily available for the
employee to decide for him or herself.
There may be the option of retaining the employee on a temporary basis until
a permanent vacancy arises.
The end date of this trial period and the employer's terms and conditions following the end, must be explained.
An important point to note: If the employee works beyond the length of time agreed by both the employer and the employee, any redundancy entitlement will be lost because it will be seen as the employee having accepted the new job.
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