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Redundancy Advice Solicitors Scotland

Our Glasgow based employment law solicitors are expert in advising both employees and employers on all aspects surrounding redundancy including redundancy pay, voluntary redundancy and rights upon redundancy.

An employee will generally be considered to be redundant if the business where he or she is employed has closed down or if there is no longer a requirement for the employee's type of work at their place of work, despite the business continuing to trade.

Contact our Employment Lawyers in Glasgow

Legislation covering redundancy procedures is complex and it is essential that employers are fully aware of the statutory redundancy rights employees enjoy. Based in Glasgow our specialist employment law solicitors advise both employees & employers on redundancy procedures throughout Central Scotland.

For advice on any legal issue regarding redundancy including issues relating to redundancy payments, redundancy rights and voluntary redundancy in more detail please telephone 0141 248 3456 today or complete our online enquiry form.

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