21 January 2021
A guide to redundancy, your rights, and the support you can get through your union membership.
If you’re told you’re at risk of redundancy, do you know where to go to find out your rights, check what notice and pay you’re entitled to and what you can do if you want to appeal the decision? We’ve negotiated some of the best job security terms in the industry and we’re experienced in supporting members at such a critical time.
We've created an interactive guide, which will provide you with guidance on:
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Appeal against selection for redundancy
Help writing a CV
Help finding a new job
Pregnancy & maternity rights
Still got questions? Here are some resources that could help you:
Leaving your employer doesn't mean you have to leave your union. Did you know that you're entitled, by law, to be a member of the union of your choice, no matter who your employer is?
You may be choosing to leave the world or work or taking time out to consider your next career move. But leaving work doesn't mean you need to lose access to the many benefits of your union membership.
Find out more about associate membership, including how to let us know you want to switch when you leave.Find out about associate membership Switch to associate membership