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Employment Law in Context

Employment Law in Context (4th edn)

David Cabrelli
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date: 28 September 2022

p. 81020. Collective Redundancieslocked

p. 81020. Collective Redundancieslocked

  • David CabrelliDavid CabrelliUniversity of Edinburgh

Abstract

This chapter examines the law on collective dismissals, which involves the large-scale lay-off of labour by an employer. It first considers the meaning of ‘collective redundancies’ and discusses the basic obligations of the employer, namely the provisions of information, consultation and notification. It then turns to the detail of Chapter II of Part IV of the Trade Union and Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act 1992 (TULRCA); the nature and extent of the employer’s obligations; and the consequences when the employer fails to comply with the statutory information and consultation procedures in section 188 of TULRCA.

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