Where an organisation proposes to make between 20-99 employees redundant, the law places a duty upon it to consult collectively with a recognised trade union or elected employee representatives. Such collective consultation must be completed before notice of dismissal is given to any of the employees concerned and it must be meaningful; it is not enough only to inform. This workshop gives employee representatives the skills and knowledge to carry out their role properly. Half day.
- the duty to consult and inform?
- legal framework
- the process
- how to be an effective participant
- key skills
Role plays are used throughout this workshop.
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