Legal Series: How to conduct a fair redundancy process?

24 Nov 2020

FREE webinar: 24 November, 12:00 – 1:00pm

This free webinar will explain how to conduct a fair redundancy process whilst taking into consideration the difficulties in doing so remotely.

Unfortunately, in all times of economic uncertainty, redundancies and restructures and restrictions have become a common occurrence. But how can an employer fairly and legally make someone redundant, and what should they take into account when they follow this process remotely? And what are the risks if they do it wrong?

In this one-hour workshop, you will learn:

  • How do you make someone redundant and what does redundancy mean?
  • What are the risks of an unfair redundancy process?
  • How to make someone redundant remotely?
  • How to deal with an appeal of a redundancy?
  • How managers and companies can plan for the future and protect themselves, legally.
  • What happens if it goes wrong?

There will also be an opportunity to ask questions to our speakers at the end of the webinar.


Alicia Collinson – Solicitor, Thrive Law.

Alicia is a solicitor at Thrive Law. She trained in London to complete her training contract, before working at Thrive Law in Leeds. Thrive is a specialist employment law firm, with a strong focuses on mental health and diversity in the workplace.

Thrive Law have won two prestigious awards in 2019 for social mobility and diversity and inclusion. They were also featured by the SRA in their disability leadership campaign and by the law society in their managing mental health in the workplace guidance for their culture. Thrive are now an EDI mentor for the SRA with smaller firms.


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