• An employer is legally obliged to consult with an employee’s recognised trade union or elected representative if collective redundancies are proposed.

  • An employer should give as much warning as reasonably possible of proposed redundancies.

  • Employees should elect representatives to consult with their employer if there is no recognised trade union.

  • Every category of affected workers should be represented in any consultation that takes place with an employer.

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