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stealthelf Tue 12-Jul-16 21:07:33

Hi all, my husband's work is not great atm. Too many workers, not enough work etc, a neighboring region was told a week and a half ago that they were 'at risk of redundancy' the about two hours after that meeting my husband was rung personally by his boss to re-assure him that his job wasn't at risk. A few days later the redundancies were announced... 3people if that's today my husband has been called in to be told that 'someone' who has been made redundant and is in the talent pool has expressed an interest in his position so now he is 'at risk of redundancy' and has been given less than a month's potential notice (15 years service)... I realise the inevitable but just wanted to ask is this ok? Is this ok within uk employment laws? He has a hearing coming up and I want to know we have done everything we could...

ThePyjamasOfACat Tue 12-Jul-16 21:14:28

I thought you can't make someone redundant unless their position is redundant? So they couldn't get rid of your dh and give his job to someone else?

bettybyebye Tue 12-Jul-16 21:20:05

Doesn't sound right to me at all and agree with pp. would suggest you ring acas though for proper advice. Good luck flowers

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