Many thanks for your patience. In the circumstances there would be three ways to try and leave:
· One is to apply and be accepted for VR. However, the employer reserves the right to decide who they accept for this and can potentially reject any application, so there are no guarantees.
· Another is if the roles that you are being asked to apply for are not considered suitable alternatives, you can reject them and opt for redundancy instead. There are various factors, which I can discuss, that determine the suitability of a role but if the terms and conditions, job description and so on are relatively similar then it will probably be considered suitable.
· You can resign at any time but obviously will not get any redundancy pay as a result so only do this if you have to leave at all costs.
So if VR is rejected and you do not wish to resign, your best option is to try and find ways of arguing that the new roles you are being asked to apply for are not suitable.
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