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Redundancy Bumping

Redundancy Bumping

A note on Redundancy Bumping. Bumping is the process of moving a potentially redundant employee  into another role, and dismissing the employee currently performing that role. Here are my notes.

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Guaranteed minimum notice

Guaranteed minimum notice

I am surprised to learn of a minimum statutory notice period in employment law, defined by the Employment Rights Act 1996 §86; it’s one week/year subject to a 12 week cap, if you’ve worked for them for over two years. This may not be over-ridden by the contract of employment and will apply if the reason for termination/dismissal is redundancy. For more, press the “Read More” button.

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Giving References

Giving References

References! An interesting topic, they are required by employers and often used inside voluntary organisations. There is a duty to be true, accurate, fair & not misleading. Here are my notes, mainly on the case law. …