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It should not make a difference because a redundancy is a redundancy whether voluntary or not. There is nothing that would formally differentiate between the two - as far as she is concerned the employment would be terminated by reason of redundancy and the word voluntary does not need to be mentioned anywhere - it is more of an internal thing for you to determine how you select those to be made redundant.
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