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Where Am I -   Step by Step Guide to Surviving Redundancy

Are you worried about being made redundant? Do you need to know more about Redundancy Pay, your rights and how to deal with your situation?

Here is our Revised ebook "Step by Step Guide to Surviving Redundancy"

Every year, thousands of people are made redundant with many left without any form of support or help.

Step by Step Guide to Surviving Redundancy is a comprehensive ebook that guides you through the Redundancy process. Containing over 40 pages of information, each section will take you through many of the processes you need to know.

Here are just a few of the topics covered:

  • What Redundancy Pay you are Entitled to
  • What types of Redundancy Pay are there?
  • What does Redundancy Means?
  • When your job is redundant
  • What to do if you suspect that your job is not redundant

Purchase now for only £8.75 (New revised 2012)

"Redundancy is a dry subject, but I found this document to be easy to read and a very useful resource."
D Barnes. Yorkshire

"Very useful information - helped me a lot"
S. Morgan. Manchester

"I am not very good at reading anything technical, but I found this to be easy and I liked the fact you don't have to read from cover to cover. You can simply read the information that is relevant to you."
D. Jennings. Leeds

You'll discover:

  • What does Redundancy Mean

  • When is my job redundant

  • What if I suspect my job is not redundant

  • When should Redundancy announcements be made

  • How long is it going to be from Announcements to Dismissal?

  • What does Consultation Mean?

  • What are the Requirements for Consultation?

  • Consultation – What is it going to be like?

  • What does Redundancy mean?

  • When is my job Redundant?

  • What if I suspect my job is not redundant?

  • When should Redundancy announcements be made?

  • How long is it going to be from Announcements to Dismissal?

  • What does Consultation Mean?

  • What are the Requirements for Consultation?

  • Consultation – What is it going to be like?

  • Why are my questions remaining unanswered?

  • Should I start gathering any information?

  • What documents do I need to get hold of?

  • What is the Selection Process?

  • Who should my Employer Choose?

  • What happens following the Selection Process?

  • What about Volunteering?

  • What about Alternative Employment?

  • Dismissal

  • Understanding Dismissal

  • What to do if you are unfairly dismissed

  • Dismissal due to redundancy

  • Now I have been selected, do I have the right to look for work?

  • Can Employers make mistakes?

  • Are there any tricks my employer can get up to?

  • What types of Redundancy Pay are there?

  • Statutory Redundancy Pay

  • Excess payments of the Statutory Minimum

  • Payment in Lieu of notice

  • Accrued Holiday

  • Payment in Lieu of other benefits

  • Compromise Agreements

  • What tax am I likely to pay?

  • What is a Restrictive Covenant?

  • Can I object or appeal against the Redundancy process?

  • What is an Employment Tribunal?

  • What can I expect from a Tribunal?

  • What do I need to take when I leave?

Do you know if you are entitled to Redundancy Pay and if so how much?

Did you know that there are a number of different pay options available to you from Statutory Redundancy Pay to Payment in lieu of other benefits?

Is your employer supporting you?

You will be surprised at how many employers don’t support their staff in this difficult period and how many people think that they are being made redundant due to bad conduct or capability. Remember,  Redundancy is not about you, your conduct or your capability;  it is about your job.

To help you back in to the workplace, we have also added a further 10 pages of tips on "Successful Job Hunting" and a "Redundancy Pay Calculator " so that you can calculate your Redundancy Pay.

Purchase now for only £8.75 (New revised 2012 edition)

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