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Five Key Elements of a Fair Redundancy

An employee with two years’ service can bring a claim for unfair dismissal. Where an employee with a protected characteristic argues that their redundancy was discriminatory, they can bring a claim regardless of their length of employment.

Even if the need to make redundancies is obvious, employers still need to follow a fair procedure carefully.  This will nearly always involve the following 5 key elements:

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Redundancy selection: The Krypton factor

Selecting employees for redundancy is a difficult process, often an exercise in removing part of the workforce so that the whole may continue to work and hopefully grow once again. In seeking to make the unpleasant choices there should naturally be a degree of objectivity in the selection methods used. Often this is done via a matrix of key attributes (such as absences, sales records etc.) where candidates for redundancy are ‘scored’ against colleagues also up for selection.

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