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Hello my name is ***** ***** I am an expert in employment law, I am happy to provide you information about the above. When you say you want to ask for redundancy, have you been advised formally that your role is going to be made redundant?
Thank for the further information. There are actually quite a few potential issues going on here. If you have a disability due to previous ailments then they should not just be expanding your role, this could actually constitute a legal discrimination. Secondly, if they are changing your role to the point you want to leave then this could constitute a constructive dismissal. However there are processes you have to go through before you simply take legal action which start with taking up a grievance with your employer. I just also wanted to touch on redundancy, this is not a sum paid to you because you no longer wish to work for the company but a sum paid to end your employment because your role is no longer needed, which may actually be the case here. However, what I could suggest to you would be employing legal representation who could raise the legal issues with your employer and look at negotiating an exit agreement for you. This would save the difficulties with tribunals and also assure you employer that they will not face any legal action.
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