If you're an employee, you can only be made redundant if the job you're doing is no longer needed. This can happen if your employer is planning to:
change what the business does
change how they work, for example use new machinery or technology
close part or all of the business
You cannot be made redundant because of any work issues you've had. For example if your employer is not happy with your performance or you've made a complaint at work.
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