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Notification of the Department of Trade and Industry

If an employer is intending redundancies, the Department of Trade and Industry must be informed, either by letter or the use of form HR1.

Failure to inform the DTI is a criminal offence and individuals such as directors, managers, company secretaries and active controlling shareholders of the company concerned can all be convicted, as well as the company itself.

For dismissal of 100 or more employees over a period of 90 days or less, notice to the DTI must be given at least 90 days prior to the dismissals taking place.

For dismissal of 20-99 employees over a period of 90 days or less, the notice period must be at least 30 days.

No notification is required for less than 20 employees.

The Department of Trade and Industry publish a booklet PL833,

Redundancy Notification and Consultation.


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