3. Selection Criteria
These guidance notes provide an overview of areas to be considered when looking at selection criteria and a suggested process for selecting employees in a redundancy situation. Each situation within any organisation must be considered on its own facts, taking into consideration the organisation’s own circumstances, the terms, conditions and working practices.
Where there are a number of employees who carry out the same or similar job function and there is a need to consider reducing the number of employees, it is important to fairly and objectively select those employees who will potentially be made redundant.
These notes therefore set out a suggested process for selecting employees for redundancy.
An employment tribunal would expect an employer to be able to...
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These guidance notes provide an overview of areas to be considered and a suggested process for selecting employees in a redundancy situation.
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