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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