The right way to make staff redundant

If the worst happens and your recruitment business needs to make people redundant, employment lawyers Paige Tompkins and Chris Weaver explain the process.

Back in July, Deutsche Bank announced it would be making 18,000 staff redundant by 2022. The news shows that to remain profitable in increasingly competitive and automated markets it is inevitable that at some point many...

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