Avoiding redundancy traps
Employment: Employment lawyers thankfully no longer need to rehearse the various legal tests when advising on questions of redundancy. However, redundancy law continues to generate new issues for the employment tribunal to determine, as illustrated by several recent cases. Christopher Walter and Ray Wann report
The two questions to be posed when determining whether a redundancy situation has arisen were addressed in the House of Lords in Murray and anor v Foyle Meats .
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