Redundancy, what does it mean for me?
No matter what age you are, redundancy is a very concerning process to experience. It can be a big life change, especially if you’re just starting your career. For many young people working within the gig-economy, or on zero-hour contracts, many of the rights usually associated with redundancy are simply non-existent.
Looking for advice on redundancy?
We highly recommend taking a look on the ACAS website if you’re going through the redundancy process. It has detailed information on rights and what to expect from your employer. There’s also a run down on everything from notice and pay, to checking that your redundancy has been done in a fair way.
If financial issues or your mental health are worring you, we’re here to help. There are lots of great resources available in Suffolk, so you don’t have to go through the process alone.
We have links, not only to employment related support, but also emotional well-being and counselling services. We can guide you through the process of finding another job and help you get back on your feet.
You can get in touch with the team by clicking here. Whether it’s signposting to employment law support, helping you put together a new CV and prepare for future interviews, or simply for information on what’s out there at the moment; we’re here for you during this time of crisis.
You don’t have to have been made redundant to chat to us. If you’re worried about the future or how Covid-19 may affect your job, drop us a line.