Do I have a right to appeal my redundancy?

Posted by: pink2 - 24/03/2010 21:30:54

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If you are not satisfied with the decision to dismiss you by reason of redundancy, you may appeal, in writing, within five working days to your Human Resources Head. Arrangements to hear the appeal will normally be made within five working days of receiving your written request. All appeals must set out the grounds on which you are making the appeal. You should then be invited to an appeal hearing. You have a right to be accompanied to this meeting. The appeal hearing will provide you with an opportunity to put forward, should you wish to do so:

(a) new evidence, which was not available during the redundancy process; and/or,

(b) complaints of a flaw in the process, such as a failure to follow procedures.

The outcome of the appeal will be confirmed to you in writing. There is no further right of appeal to this.

Posted by: Prof Ro - 24/03/2010 21:31:39

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i am 54.I am threatened with redundency.what can i do.

Posted by: mari webb - 01/03/2011 21:37:43

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