The redundancy process which employers should generally follow is:
R13: Example selection matrix
R3: At risk letter (no selection)
R4: At risk letter (with selection)
R5: Invitation to further consultation meeting(s)
R15: Guidance on conducting first redundancy consultation meeting
R16: Guidance on conducting subsequent redundancy consultation meeting(s)
R8: Confirmation of alternative employment
R7: Confirmation of redundancy.
R6: Invitation to appeal meeting
R9: Appeal outcome letter
R17: Guidance on conducting redundancy appeal meeting
For further guidance on the formal process employers need to follow see:
R2: Flowchart – Redundancy.
R13 – Example selection matrix
R3 – At risk letter (no selection)
R4 – At risk letter (with selection)
R5 – Invitation to further consultation meeting(s)
R15 – Guidance on conducting first consultation meeting
R16 – Guidance on conducting subsequent redundancy consultation meeting(s)
R8 – Confirmation of alternative employment
R7 – Confirmation of redundancy
R6 – Invitation to Appeal Meeting
R9 – Appeal Outcome Letter
R17 – Guidance on conducting redundancy appeal meeting
R2 - Redundancy flowchart
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