8. Collective Redundancies
A collective redundancy situation arises where an employer proposes to dismiss as redundant twenty or more employees at one establishment within a ninety-day period. The obligations may also apply even when the Company intends to offer alternative employment on different terms and conditions to some or all of the employees, with the result that the number actually dismissed is less than twenty. HR1 Form
A Company proposing to make collective redundancies is required to notify the Redundancy Payments Service by completing a Form HR1 in advance of starting the process. Who must be informed and consulted? In a collective redundancy situation, the Company is obligated to first consult appropriate representatives of any employees who may be affected by the dismissals. If the Company recognises a...
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This covers where there are more than 20 proposed redundancies
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