I had a thread earlier about possible NHS redundancy which I can’t bump so apologies for the new thread. So bit of background. I work for the NHS and my position is being made redundant. I have been offered suitable alternative employment which I turned down for versions reasons that I outlined in my formal refusal. Before I refused I asked for a meeting without predudice. I had two, the first with a senior manager and then with her superior. I was essentially told that they felt the offer was suitable and if I refused it I would be making myself unemployed. There would be no offer of redundancy. New. My union have informed me that they won’t support me in any claim. Glad I paid 23 years of subs! I have just had a formal letter to invite me to a formal notice of redundancy meeting. In the letter was the following sentence: Regrettably, I must advise you that the outcome of this meeting is likely to be that you will be issued with formal notice of your dismissal on the grounds of redundancy. What exactly does this mean? Will there be a formal redundancy with payment or am I just losing my job? With thanks in advance.