Made Redundant, unfairly dismissed or discriminated against?
If you have been made redundant and you feel you have been discriminated against or unfairly dismissed, then call our expert legal team who have a vast amount of experience with redundancy cases. If you have recently been made redundant or are facing redundancy, then you will probably need independent legal advice, especially in situations where you suspect you may have been unfairly dismissed or discriminated against.
Redundancy is a form of dismissal, usually you will be made redundant or dismissed because the work you did is no longer needed by the employer. This scenario means that you can be legitimately made redundant by your employer.
Disguising Unfair Dismissal as Redundancy
Did you have a bad working relationship with your employer?
Are you the only person being made redundant, or one of very few within a large company?
Has your employer recently taken on more staff?
Have you experienced discrimination in the workplace and have you raised your complaints with your employer?
If you answer yes to any of the above questions, then despite what your employer claims you could have been unfairly dismissed. You should contact us as it might be possible to take your employer to an employment tribunal.