No one wants to be in the situation of needing to consider making a role redundant. Sometimes, this is the reality of business. Redundancy could be necessary for several reasons, including introduction of a new technology, a downturn in sales, permanent closure or needing to restructure. Regardless of the reason, the best we can do when redundancy is necessary is ensure communication is clear, decisions are fair and transparent, and everyone’s treated with respect. Each situation is unique, however, it’s important to consider the specifics of your business and employees (including your size and industrial agreements) prior to making any decisions.
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