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Employment & Redundancy Project

Mar 9, 2021 | Blog, Employment

People celebrating. Citizens Advice East Devon can help with employment & redundancy. We care because you matter

Employment & Redundancy

We have lots of different projects in the pipeline, however, one we are quite excited about is our Employment & Redundancy Project.

We are keen to raise awareness of the free service available to those who have faced employment or redundancy issues. As they say, getting advice on problems at an early stage is key to getting on top of them, let us help.

We are introducing our new advice service supporting our clients in East Devon who are impacted by employment and redundancy. This support is arriving at a critical time and will also allow us the opportunity to provide skills and training to our community.

So, What can we do for you?


Let’s start with advice. Our trained advisors will be on hand to advise and support you, from entitlement questions to tribunal support. We want to make sure everyone is treated fairly.


We are really thrilled to introduce an additional element to this service by collaborating with Devon County Council alongside Learn Devon who have designed 5 learning opportunities to support our clients back to employment or education. This will be offered to anyone that contacts us and expresses a need to support them back to employment. Courses include CV writing, online interview skills, or overcoming your fears about employment, for instance.

Additional help

So we can provide employment & redundancy support but there may be other parts of your life that have been affected, for example, a financial impact. We can assess your full situation by providing support in other areas such as housing or debt. We can also provide a benefits check to ensure you are getting everything you are entitled to. These are all areas that our trained advisors are experienced in dealing with. We can support you over the telephone and online.


If you have been affected in any way, why not give us a call to see if we can help.