“We need to be advised as to whether there will be the termination of service on the grounds of redundancy for some or all of the workers as a result of the ownership change. If that is not the case, the matter needs to be settled as to whether there will be a renewal of the existing contract of employment, or the re-engagement under a new contract.”
“REDUNDANT, adj. Superfluous; needless; _de trop_.
The Sultan said: "There's evidence abundant To prove this unbelieving dog redundant." To whom the Grand Vizier, with mien impressive, Replied: "His head, at least, appears excessive." --Habeeb Suleiman
Mr. Debs is a redundant citizen. --Theodore Roosevelt”
“Morale is a little bit dimmed, is a bit affected by the redundancy program. That program had been planned for quite some time, and when I took over it was really left to me to make the final decision and it clearly was the right thing to do for the business.”