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Has anyone turned down Voluntary Redundancy before?

 
#1 Has anyone turned down Voluntary Redundancy before?
25/01/2009 20:33

James Davey

I am interested to know if anyone here has known someone who was offered a Voluntary redundancy package - only to refuse it.

What happened to them? Did they still get staffed onto projects, or did they ultimately get made redundant swiftly afterwards anyway?

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#2 RE: Has anyone turned down Voluntary Redundancy before?
27/01/2009 00:31

RL to James Davey (#1)

At my firm, we had 1 person who stayed on for 6 months after turning down a voluntary package - they were treated fine by most of the office, they eventually moved on to a role in industry

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#3 RE: Has anyone turned down Voluntary Redundancy before?
28/01/2009 16:21

Consultant to James Davey (#1)

In the company where I worked, if you turned it down you were 'managed out' within 6 mths.

When I was offered the package shall we just say that it was implied that you would be better off taking the package than staying. No, I was not a poor performer or had there been any issues with my work - I was just on the bench and the company had nothing in the pipe line!

You have been warned.

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