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Potential redundancy after switching councils

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smiler75 Wed 29-Jun-16 21:12:21

Hi, I wonder if anyone can help. My husband is a teacher and moved schools a couple of years ago, switching from one county council to another. Unfortunately it looks like there maybe some redundancys in his new school. Does anyone know if when calcuating redunancy whether they would take into account all the time he has spent in teaching (around 10 years) or just the two years with the new council. He has always worked for local authority schools.
Thanks

DrownedGirl Sat 02-Jul-16 02:05:09

It will all count, if it's continuous service

monkeysox Sat 02-Jul-16 07:19:42

I would think it is the employment at the second school which is considered as it's a new employment.

DrownedGirl Sat 02-Jul-16 09:29:53

See page 12

www.new2teaching.org.uk/tzone/images/redundancy-march-2011_tcm7-26499.pdf

There is legislation so continuous service in two schools/councils is aggregated

smiler75 Sun 03-Jul-16 08:53:24

Thank you so much for the replies. DrownedGirl, thanks for posting that document, I have a feeling it will be very useful! Puts both our minds at rest smile

DrownedGirl Sun 03-Jul-16 09:41:48

Hope it works out ok. Lots of schools are in the same position.

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