Redundancy and restructuring policy
These polices set out the school’s approach to dealing with potential redundancies, although the aim is to avoid redundancies wherever possible, the needs of the school may from time to time require a reduction in the overall number of staff employed or organisational changes that result in some employees being made redundant.
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