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Redundancy

Does your business need to make changes? Are you considering a corporate restructure or redundancies but don’t know where to start? Our Solicitors are equipped to advise on the redundancy process from start to finish.

We appreciate making redundancies is not easy and emotions can run high.

Our expert team of Solicitors can advise on the entire process from selection to consultation and implementation, empowering you to make hard decisions with limited fall out.

We can help you to prepare for those difficult conversations, review and tailor your selection process and assist with timetables and dialogues with Trade Unions and employee representatives. Doing our utmost to ensure your process is fair, compliant and beyond scrutiny.

Call our HR & Employment Law experts on 0345 20 73 72 8 or email info@thursfields.co.uk

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Jade Linton
HR Director, Employment

Jade has over ten years’ experience in advising and representing clients in contentious and non-contentious employment matters, staff issues, employee relations law and practice. Jade provides employment law advice and assistance to clients engaged in the buying and selling of businesses, mergers and acquisitions, share purchase agreements and corporate restructuring. She negotiates high value complex…

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