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Redundancy

Overview Document Overview: redundancy The law sets out various entitlements for employees following redundancy. An overview of redundancy, with links to more detailed information.

Qualifying for redundancy
If you lose your job you may be eligible for redundancy. What are the rules on qualifying for a redundancy payment.

Redundancy payments
Describes redundancy payments and how statutory redundancy is calculated.

Redundancy procedures
There are a number of procedures employers must follow when making staff redundant. Find out about these procedures and how your rights are set down in law.

Collective redundancies
Collective redundancies occur when a number of people are being made redundant by an employer at the same time

Lay off, short-time working and redundancy
Employees who have in a lay-off or short-time working situation may be entitled to a redundancy payment. Find out more.

Frequently asked questions about redundancy
Frequently asked questions about redundancy.

Compensation for loss of employment - taxation of lump sum
Lump sum payments in compensation for loss of employment are subject to tax. How is tax calculated and what are your entitlements?
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