B69 – Redundancy
As soon as it appears likely to an Accounting Officer that one or more civil servants are likely to become redundant, he must inform the Secretary of the Public Services Commission.
The Public Services Commission and Prospect and Unite, have agreed a framework of procedures to be followed in the event that staff surpluses are likely to occur within the Isle of Man Civil Service and these procedures should be followed in dealing with any possible redundancies. A copy of this agreement is attached at Annex B6.
The Public Sector Compensation Scheme 2013 puts in place arrangements for employees within a large proportion of the Public Sector whose service terminates as a consequence of the loss of office or redundancy and replaces the Interim Compensation Scheme 2012. Reference should be made to Regulation C70 – Superannuation.
Last updated 27 May 2014 - Amendment Number: 14-009
B70 – Redundancy notice
The minimum periods of notice to be given are set out in Regulation A20 – Notice – except where the civil servant is subject to a fixed term contract in which case the provisions in the contract relating to notice will apply.
B71 – Redundancy – Appeals procedure
A civil servant whose service is terminated on the grounds of redundancy has a right of appeal against the Commission's decision in accordance with procedures to be determined by the PSC.