Start making staff redundant

Redundancy selection criteria are often described as important skills, standards and expertise.

Selection criteria should be more than a mere title. They need to help you to scrutinize performance, measure attainment and compare skills.

We have developed a range of selection criteria that help organisations measure, compare and select which employees need to make redundant.

Our selection criteria questions are applicable for all individuals performing the same or a similar role. They can also be applied across an organisation and to a variety of seniority grades.

Criteria questions have been created by people management specialists who understand the considerations and implications that comes with making staff redundant.

We offer both employee and leadership criteria questions. Which are available separately or as a combined option.

Employee skills

Core skills, attitude & behaviour — £500 + vat

The package provides the foundation for making non-management roles and staff redundant.

10 selection criteria questions centering on core skills, values and qualities staff need in their current role.

Employee skills

leadership qualities

Managing people, finances & operations — £500 + vat

This package will help you make line managers and leadership teams redundant.

14 selection criteria questions to assess individuals who manage people, finances and operational resources.

Leadership qualities

Employees + managers + leaders

Core skills & behaviour + managing resources — £750 + vat

Our most popular package combines both Package 1 and Package 2.

18 combined questions are included in this package to help you make multiple roles, employees and seniority grades redundant.

Employees + managers + leaders

Our redundancy selection criteria questions and matrix framework are trusted by business leaders and employees alike.

Our employee and leadership criteria are used by multiple employers in different industries, including:

  • Financial Services
  • Not for profit
  • Hospitality and Leisure
  • Manufacturing and Distribution
  • Utilities and Energy

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