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How the right redundancy process can lead your business to success

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Protect your business during redundancies

Making redundancies is tough. You need to keep your business stable by making efficiencies in a fair, legal, and considerate way. Because just one mistake in the redundancy process risks an expensive employment tribunal claim. So how do you protect your business?

Get redundancy support from Peninsula

More than 30,000 businesses rely on the affordable redundancy and employment law support from Peninsula. We know how to make the process stress-free for you whilst getting your business back in a strong position—whatever your industry. Plus, with our free 24-hour advice line, an expert advisor is here for you whenever you need us, making sure you’re business is safe at every stage.

Support for small & fast-growing businesses

With over three decades’ experience and more than 30,000 clients, our affordable service gives you support from the UK’s most trusted HR experts. You get free access to the 24-hour client advice line, so industry-leading expertise is just a phone call away.

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Tell Peninsula what you want out of the redundancy process and we’ll get you there. Because with our support, you’ll have peace of mind knowing that you’re getting redundancy right. Success Starts Here

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How we get redundancy right for you

We relieve you of the stress by helping with or dealing with:

 

  • Choosing roles at risk
  • Avoiding discrimination
  • Handling consultations
  • Voluntary redundancies
  • Calculating statutory pay
  • Letters and documentation
  • Tribunal representation
  • Legal insurance

 

And throughout every stage, we protect your business from redundancy’s pitfalls. Here are some of the biggest:

Selection: Have fair reasons for making staff redundant. Never pick someone based on personal opinion or discrimination.

Consultations: Explain why you’ve chosen staff and offer other roles. Also, consult with unions or employee representatives.

Statutory pay: Your business pays this. Calculate each employee’s statutory payment based on age and length of service.

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