Unfair Redundancy

  • Edward Benson
Part of the Industrial Relations in Practice book series (IRPS)


The Industrial Relations Act 1971 introduced the ‘right not to be– unfairly dismissed’. The provisions, in a considerably amended form,– are now to be found in Part V EP(C)A. They provide the employee– with a ‘right to his job’ in the sense that if an employer dismisses– unfairly, he will have to pay what can amount to considerable sums of– money by way of compensation. But employees may still lose their– jobs through no fault of their own in a ‘fair’ way, with no right to– compensation.


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© Edward Benson 1985

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