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Are you one of many redundancies in your bank?

Being made redundant by your bank could happen for a wide variety of reasons, from the introduction of new technology to your bank being merged or taken over by another bank or financial institution. Any redundancies that are going to take place at your bank must be carried out with full compliance with current employment law. If you feel the redundancies at your bank have broken any employment laws, you could have a case for unfair dismissal.

Redundancies at your bank can be made either individually or collectively if your employer is making more than 20 people redundant at the same time. No matter what types of redundancies are happening at your bank, you have a number of employment rights that are protected. In all cases your employer should ensure you are fully aware of the conditions of any redundancies they are making at your bank, and fully consult you and your representatives about the terms of the redundancies that will be taking place.

With individual redundancies at your bank you have the right to be chosen fairly and without discrimination. Your bank should look closely at the possibility of re-employing you elsewhere at your bank before making any redundancies. And all of your redundancy pay should be properly calculated and paid at the appropriate time. If any of these rights are compromised, you could have a case for unfair dismissal, and the right to go to an employment tribunal.

If any of the redundancies seem to break or compromise any employment laws, you should contact a union representative if you have one. If you do not have any union representation and your employer has failed to respond to your concerns, engaging a solicitor who specialises in employment law is your next step.

Caven can put you in touch with an employment solicitor in your area who can assess your case and then represent you in negotiations with your employer, or support and advise you if your case goes before an employment tribunal.

If you would like to obtain legal advice about employment law, Caven can put you in touch with a local specialist employment / redundancy solicitor free of charge. So, if you have any questions or would like our help in finding local employment / redundancy law solicitors please call us on 0800 1777 167 or complete the web-form above.

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