Remote redundancies must be managed with care
The pandemic has unfortunately meant more employers are making staff redundant, but while this is no longer always done face-to-face, proper procedures must still be followed
Few businesses will avoid having to make redundancies at some point during their lifetime, and the Covid-19 pandemic has sadly made job losses more common in recent months.
Many businesses around the country are facing the prospect of letting employees go in response to a dip in revenues and the winding down of government supports such as the temporary wage subsidy scheme.
With social distancing requirements still in place, some will be exploring the option...
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