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Hi

I was told last week my job was "at risk" and received a formal notice 3 days later to advise of this.

 

My job title is definitely redundant but my workload has actually increased.

 

At m,y first consultation meeting yesterday which started at 3.51pm and finished at 16.01pm

I was told that there were no other positions available and my job was redundant.

 

My employer then started to say he was talking "without prejudice and began giving me statutory redundancy figures

and offered me a compromise agreement of a small amount more if I worked my notice.

 

I asked for the bit of paper he was writing on and he refused,

saying it would all be in the documents I would receive in next weeks meeting.

 

I am 48 and have worked at my company for 2.5 years.

I was happy to take the documents and once I had it in writing to get legal advice.

 

There was no real consultation and he told me that I would be made redundant without any meaningful consultation.

 

Today I have received a copy of his minutes and it says that no decision has been made and we will re-convene next week but says that I declined to put forward any alternatives.

 

I know that I will be made redundant because when I was first told my colleagues were advised they would have to sit down and work out how to divide my work up between them.

 

I suppose my question is,

should I dispute the minutes now

,or should I wait til next week and bring up

A) the roles that I do which means as person I am not redundant-just my title and

B) the fact that I didn't feel the minutes reflected the 10 minute meeting

 

Also,is the compromise"without prejudice" something I could use as a bargaining tool.

 

To be honest,

it is inevitable,

I'm not that upset,

I would be happy with the compromise if they paid me in lieu of notice in addition to the £2000 so at least I would be able to properly and actively focussing on looking for work.

 

I'm expecting the compromise in writing next thurs and have made my appointment next friday with a solicitor(at my companys expense).

 

I'm a bit confused and don't want to rock the boat,

just want a fair package and to be able to move on to the next chapter

 

Thanks for any help

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Hi Sharon

True redundancy applies when the person is superfluous to requirements or the job no longer exists; I have to say this does not seem to be the case with you.

You are doing the right thing getting a solicitor to look over the compromise agreement just make sure they are a contract/employment law specialist and are independent (that is not one chosen by the company)

The employer has certain legal obligations to fulfil .... Google the BIS(business, innovation and skills) website and search under redundancy. I put all this info on a previos post but was unable to do a link to it.

If you have a union rep, discuss this with them as the employer (under their statutory requirements) is supposed to provide them with the details.

Kind regards

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Hi

 

Your solicitor will have to take a brief background to the history in order to advise you properly on the Compromise Agreement. Your employer has bypassed the redundancy consultation procedure, which means they have a potential legal liability towards you, and the money on offer may not be adequate to compromise your employment claims in this regard.

 

However, some employees would see this as a bonus. If it's a foregone conclusion that you will be made redundant, you could see this as a way to bypass the stressful redundancy consultation, with a bit of a windfall thrown in. It depends on how you view the situation!

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