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Colleague of mine has just been made redundant. The current manager has been looking for a way of letting him go and getting someone else in (he's a home worker and this guy wants people in the office). So he's just been told to bugger off and that HR told our manager that it had to be a last-in, first-out policy. Thing is, there's been no declaration that redundancies are on the cards, in fact everybody took a pay cut specifically to avoid redundancies. Is the company within its rights to simply make someone redundant like this, without disclosing any information about the numbers of redundancies or the method of selection? Seems to me just a way of getting rid of the guy with as little fuss as possible.


And yes, I could be next.

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