What is Redundancy?


The situation where an employee loses their job due to factors such as the level of work available, or for a reason not related to them. Redundancy usually carries a payment to the employee, often calculated according to how long they have been with the employer, to help compensate them for losing a job for reasons beyond their control and unrelated to their performance.


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