четверг, 17 апреля 2014 г.

Managing Redundancies

Dear Reader,

“Unfortunately, your position has been made redundant.”

It’s probably the most difficult thing to have to tell an employee.

And often an extremely disappointing thing for them to have to hear.

But it’s a reality of the modern workplace and chances are – as an employer – it’s something you’ll have to face at some stage. 

Redundancy can be a treacherous legal area and you need to make sure you’re aware of all your employees’ entitlements and the legal risks involved.

Especially since the Fair Work Act has made it a lot easier for employees to lodge unfair dismissal claims.
But by treating the issue with sensitivity and good strategy you can lessen the impact on your employees and protect your business from costly legal disputes.

To help you do this, Portner Press has developed a 60-page eBook which clearly explains what to do and where you stand when it comes to implementing redundancies.

‘Managing Redundancies’ will guide you through the whole process and make sure that your actions are fair and legal.

The eBook costs just $99.95, is easily downloadable and contains a number of document templates that you’ll need during the redundancy process, including:
  • Retrenchment Letter
  • Statement of Service
  • Redeployment Letter
  • Without Prejudice Letter
  • Deed of Release
  • And more...
Written by Employment Law Practical Handbook Editor-in-Chief, Charles Power, Managing Redundanciesis the latest in a series of eBooks developed by Portner Press which have been designed to help simplify your responsibilities.
With the help of this guide you can avoid unnecessary disputes and reach the best possible outcome for you and your employees.
Kind regards,
Pippa McKee
Portner Press Pty Ltd

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