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Workplace Bulletin
Dear Reader,
Telling an employee their position has been made redundant is probably one of the
most difficult things you’ll have to face as an employer.
You need to try to minimise the impact on the employees involved, make sure you’ve explored all possible alternatives AND do the right thing by your business.
Redundancy can also be a tricky area legally and you should be aware of all your employees’ entitlements and the legal risks involved. You don’t want to leave yourself vulnerable to an unfair dismissal claim.
This means making sure you have all the documents you need...
Managing Redundancies is a 60-page eBook that explains in detail what you need to do and what documents you need to have when a redundancy is required.
Written by employment law expert, Charles Power, the eBook contains 9 document templates that you can use straight away, including;
 Redeployment Letter
 Retrenchment Letter
 Letter Setting Up Consultation Meeting
 Redundancy Checklist
 Consultation Meeting Checklist
 Notice to Centrelink of Proposed Terminations
 Statement of Service
 Without Prejudice Letter
 Deed of Release
You’ll also get 5 checklists and step-by-step guides to help make sure you’re ticking every box during the redundancy process.
Click here to learn more about Managing Redundancies and to download your copy today.
Kind regards,
Pippa McKee
Publisher, Portner Press Pty Ltd

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