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Unfortunately not no, well not at this point. Whether anything becomes available during the process it would certainly be offered to the individual.
The only question really is 2 out of the 3 currently at risk hold a current driving licence and the remaining individual doesn't. As his role has diminished more than the 2 envoys and he is not able to carry out a dual role due to not being able to drive am I safe to say that at the next meeting (individual consultation) that I can inform this individual that he will potentially remain at risk due to his role and unfortunately not having the necessary licence to be able to carry out an envoys role. If he could drive then all 3 individuals would have been measured using a skills matrix but sadly this isn't the case.
I don't wish to single him out but in order to lose one from the headcount in the warehouse and knowing that his day to day duties have diminished considerably since the beginning of the year we can't afford to continue with this position.
Could this be seen as unfair ?