Role no longer at risk of redundancy letter template

£ 15

If, following consultation, it is determined that a role is no longer at risk of redundancy, send this model letter to an employee to confirm the decision.

Why this letter is necessary

A role no longer at risk of redundancy letter is used to inform an employee that their role is no longer at risk of redundancy.

When an employer needs to reduce the size of its workforce, it may identify specific roles or positions that are at risk of redundancy. Employees in those roles are then given notice that their employment may be terminated on the grounds of redundancy.

If, during the consultation process, the employer identifies alternative ways of achieving the required workforce reduction, such as redeployment or changes to working arrangements, some roles or positions may no longer be considered at risk of redundancy.

The role no longer at risk of redundancy letter typically includes details of the employer's decision, such as the reasons why the role is no longer at risk, the employee's revised terms and conditions of employment, and any other relevant information. The letter may also outline any changes to the employee's role or duties, such as a new reporting line or different responsibilities.

The purpose of the role no longer at risk of redundancy letter is to provide reassurance to the employee that their employment is no longer in jeopardy, and to provide them with all the necessary information about their revised terms and conditions of employment. The letter may also serve as a way for the employer to demonstrate their commitment to treating employees fairly and with respect during a period of change.

Workflow sequence

Previous step
Letters
Final individual redundancy consultation meeting invitation letter template

If you need to conclude consultation with a provisionally selected employee, send this model redundancy consultation final meeting invitation letter template.

This step
Role no longer at risk of redundancy letter template

Specifications

Reading time icon
Time to read / prep / use
5 mins
Document specs icon
Word count / length
179 words, 1 page A4
Date last reviewed icon
Date last reviewed
1 June 2024
role no longer at risk of redundancy letter template

[Company name]

[Sender address]

 

[date]

[Recipient name]

[Recipient address]

 

Dear [Recipient first name],

Further to our meeting on [date], I am writing to inform you that your role of [role] is no longer at risk of redundancy. After careful consideration and evaluation of our business needs, we have determined that your position is critical to the ongoing success of our company.

We understand that the past few months have been a time of uncertainty for you, and we want to thank you for your patience and understanding during this process. We appreciate your dedication and hard work, and we are pleased to inform you that your job is secure.

[Those whose applications for voluntary redundancy have been accepted and those whose roles have regrettably been made redundant have already been informed.]

We recognise that this news may come as a relief to you, but we also want to assure you that our commitment to supporting our employees remains unchanged. We are committed to providing you with a safe and positive work environment, opportunities for professional development, and fair compensation.

If you have any further queries or concerns, please feel free to contact me.

🔒 To view this you will need to make a purchase.

🔒 To view this you will need to make a purchase.

Yours [faithfully | sincerely],

 

 

[Sender name]

[Sender job title]

[Sender telephone]
[Sender email]

Why choose our Role no longer at risk of redundancy letter template?

Our content:

Is easy to edit and execute, with comprehensive implementation guidance.
Is designed by accredited, experienced HR practitioners.
Maintains your compliance with ACAS guidelines, legislation, and industry best practices.
Includes 12 months access to your purchase, with email alerts if updated or expanded.

Stop doing this:

Wasting money buying documents that don't meet best practice or legislation.
Wasting effort searching for free documents that lack implementation support.
Wasting time creating documents from scratch.

Organisations that recently bought this:

Sa
+ more

I have just renewed our membership for another year for HRdocbox. It's an extremely useful resource with a wide variety of documents and knowledge...
★★★★★
- Rachel Masing, ETM Group

I have been using the service now for around 6 months and it has been really useful in developing and updating polices and processes.
★★★★★
- Jamie Allan, Armstrong Craven

Excellent library of resources and templates which have made my job in my small business so much easier to manage HR for my employees...
★★★★★
- Emma Hunt

Great value and the site contains an extensive library of essential HR documents. I access the site probably once a week...
★★★★★
- Laura Alliss-Etty

HRDocBox is a great resource. It is incredibly good value, providing a large selection of HR guidance materials as well as...
★★★★★
- Emma Beauchamp