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no because of the move they made (put me at risk of redundancy).
I feel there was not much transparency on what has happened and I won't feel comfortable working with them anymore.
Look forward hearing from you and if you have more questions please let me know.
Something I didn't specify before is that there are other three persons (sitting in another team) which they cover very similar roles of what I do in my current position.
Infact they have already opened another position to cover all the operational duties I currently do and told me there might be another role (more senior) to cover all the strategic duties saying that it will require a more senior person.
This should fall into this example you made in your response: "• The same amount of work remains but fewer employees are needed to do it. This includes consolidating some of its jobs (e.g. spreading out certain jobs amongst existing employees). " My question will be: why was I the only person put on risk of redundancy then?
Also you stated "It would be too early to take any action...and see where the employer takes this" I'm pretty sure the employer will offer me a redundancy option (as they have already mentioned a redundancy package). What will it change once I obtain a redundancy?
If I rate your answer now, will I be able to ask another question related to this matter in the next few weeks?