Summary

An employee may be dismissed as redundant when a business closes down, or if the need for employees to carry out work of a particular kind has ceased or diminished or is expected to cease or diminish. When redundancies occur, the employer has a number of statutory duties towards employees, including the duty to consult them and to pay redundancy pay to those who are eligible.

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