HRM TV: Six questions to ask about redundancies


HR can be a legal minefield, but fret not – Hannah Ellis, principal and co-founder at The Workplace Employment Lawyers and our legal vlogger, is here to help answer those tricky questions.

It’s estimated that by 2020, only 50 per cent of jobs as we know them will exist. What roles will disappear and what new one will take their place remains to be seen, but what is clear is that over the course of your HR career, you will need to make certain roles redundant. Hannah highlights six questions to ask yourself before making roles redundant to avoid any unfair dismissal claims regarding redundancies.

Check back for more advice on how to handle HR’s most common legal concerns. In the meantime, if you have a legal quandary or quick question, check out Hannah’s blog here, or tweet @theworkplace_au.

Check out AHRI’s social media pages on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook for more. And don’t forget to follow HRM’s editor Amanda Woodard on Twitter @HRMeditor for updates about what’s happening in the HR industry around Australia.

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HRM TV: Six questions to ask about redundancies


HR can be a legal minefield, but fret not – Hannah Ellis, principal and co-founder at The Workplace Employment Lawyers and our legal vlogger, is here to help answer those tricky questions.

It’s estimated that by 2020, only 50 per cent of jobs as we know them will exist. What roles will disappear and what new one will take their place remains to be seen, but what is clear is that over the course of your HR career, you will need to make certain roles redundant. Hannah highlights six questions to ask yourself before making roles redundant to avoid any unfair dismissal claims regarding redundancies.

Check back for more advice on how to handle HR’s most common legal concerns. In the meantime, if you have a legal quandary or quick question, check out Hannah’s blog here, or tweet @theworkplace_au.

Check out AHRI’s social media pages on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook for more. And don’t forget to follow HRM’s editor Amanda Woodard on Twitter @HRMeditor for updates about what’s happening in the HR industry around Australia.

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