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Redundancy selection criteria assessment guide

Reviewed 5 March 2021

The selection criteria used by the employer must be carefully and exactly defined so that they can be fairly and consistently applied to each employee.

The criteria must also be agreed by the employees representatives.

Redundancy selection criteria assessment

Selection Criteria

The very first thing that the employer must do is make a clear statement identifying the pool of employees from which the redundancies are to be sought, for example, the sales staff at head office, or the fork lift drivers at the warehouse. The employer should consider whether any of the jobs are interchangeable and whether there are other groups of employees performing identical work.

Selection criteria for redundancy may include,

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