Redundancy Selection Decision
Calculate criteria weighted scores & select who will be made redundant.
You must select employees for redundancy in a fair way and not discriminate against any individuals or groups of individuals.
It's a good idea to use selection criteria to help you choose which employees to make redundant. You should base the criteria on:
- Standard of work
- Skills, qualifications or experience
- Disciplinary record
- Attendance record, which must be accurate and not include absences relating to disability, pregnancy or maternity
To help you start assessing staff at risk of redundancy and be on the way to making fair legally compliant redundancies we provide the following range of redundancy selection questions.
Once you have made your redundancy selection decision you need to communicate the outcome to all employees placed at risk of redundancy.
Each of our criteria question packages includes a scorecard to record selection criteria scores and weighting for your whole redundancy pool. In addition, we have also included an addition template to recording and communicating weighted scores to each individual employee. Thereby saving you time creating such material and to ensure every single employee receives the same communication message.
Each selection criteria question is based on a key skill, behaviour or expertise we think might be important to you when deciding who stays and who in your pool of selection needs to be made redundant.
Three options to choose from
We have three grouped our Questions are grouped by employee core skills and leadership qualities questions.
Question are available separately or as a combined option.
Core skills, attitude and behaviour.
Managing people, finances and operational resources
Employee + Leadership
Includes both employee skills and leadership qualities.