As your business grows or diversifies, you may find that the work you do and the climate you work within changes to the point where restructuring becomes a necessity for your company’s continued success. This means that sometimes redundancies or changes to an employee’s role are unavoidable.


Lamb Brooks’ Employment Department located in Basingstoke, Hampshire. Can ensure that at a formulative stage you identify the changes needed; you understand the process involved and the associated costs to your business. We also advise on how best to present your proposals to your workforce, the correct procedure to follow and your legal obligations to affected employees.


Ensuring a genuine redundancy situation has arisen and a fair and appropriate process is followed is critical to limit your risk of an employment tribunal claim. We will work proactively with you to support your managers throughout this process and deal with any issues that arise during consultation, dismissal and appeal stages. Our team of redundancy lawyers can help you to understand the redundancy law.


If you want to change the structure of your business or if you have already started a process of change and you are in need of help, contact our employment law redundancy department today.

"Redundancy is not an unusual event in working life these days but it can still be a challenging issue to deal with. Attention to detail and a considered perspective is something that Sophie really helped me with."


Key Contacts

Karen Bristow

Head of Employment Department

Hannah Lockyer

Trainee Solicitor

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