If you feel that you need professional and impartial advice about redundancy, we recommend
you contact one of the following organisations:
Your Trade Union
If you’re a Union member, speak to your workplace representative or shop steward. If you don’t have
workplace representation, contact your Union directly.
The Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service (ACAS)
ACAS can help with all employment rights issues. Visit
www.acas.org.uk for more information.
Your local law centre can give free legal advice and representation to disadvantaged people. Visit
www.lawcentres.org.uk to find your nearest law centre.
Civil Legal Advice
Civil Legal Advice can help with employment rights issues in England and Wales. Visit
www.communitylegaladvice.org.uk for more information.
The Labour Relations Agency
The LRA can help with all employment rights issues in Northern Ireland. Visit www.lra.org.uk for more information.
This site provides general online advice about redundancy selection, consultation, redundancy pay
and notice periods, and an online redundancy calculator. Visit
Your local Citizens Advice Bureau may be able to offer you free and impartial advice. You can find more information and search for your local office at www.citizensadvice.org.uk