‘A Practical Guide To Redundancy’ by Philip Hyland
Published: November 2018
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Aimed at HR Managers and Employment Law practitioners, this book provides readers with an overview of the law underpinning redundancy dismissals, as well as practical guidance on managing the redundancy process. It also gives practical assistance in meeting your organisation’s aims of reducing the number of employees, whilst minimising the risk of a successful challenge. The appendices contain template documents for the practitioner to use and adapt.
In short this book will give you tips and tactics to ensure successful outcomes.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Philip Hyland has been practising employment law since 1992 and since 2002 in his own boutique employment law firm PJH Law. He is well versed in the law and practice of managing redundancy situations, advising employers for over 25 years on all aspects of redundancy from large scale site closures through to discrete departmental re-organisations. He has appeared as representative at hundreds of Employment Tribunal hearings, a good proportion of which were on claims related to redundancy including: unfair selection, discriminatory selection, redundancy payments and collective consultation. At least two of his redundancy cases have ended up as published precedents.
Chapter One – Surveying the Terrain
Chapter Two – Redundancy Payments
Chapter Three – Declaring Redundancies Below Twenty Employees
Chapter Four – Declaring Redundancies of Twenty or More Employees – Collective Consultation
Chapter Five – Pools, Selection Criteria and Selection
Chapter Six – Individual Consultation
Chapter Seven – Appeals and Grievances
Chapter Eight – Conclusions