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HR made worker travel 200 miles for redundancy chat

When an employee’s job is at risk of redundancy, HR should communicate this clearly, effectively and sensitively.

Giving employees space to psychologically prepare for what is coming their way by warning them in advance is the correct way for HR to go about it. Where appropriate, these conversations are better had in-person to avoid misinterpretation and to give the employee any support or answers that they may need.

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Comments (1)

  • Elon Musck
    Elon Musck
    Tue, 15 Oct 2019 3:22pm BST
    That's awful making the person travel that distance.
    Hadn't HR heard of texting?