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'No longer at risk of redundancy' letter

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Last updated on 27 March 2017
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What should we say in a letter telling staff they are no longer at risk of redundancy? There are no specific requirements for this type of letter. We relay advice from Acas and an HR expert on what to include, and suggest some sample wording.

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  1. 1 No specific requirements
  2. 2 Clearly set out the message
  3. 3 Acknowledge staff morale
  4. 4 Direct staff to further help
  5. 5 More on redundancy from The Key 

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