Hi All, My employer is talking redundancy. I'll lay this out in the simplest terms to get the gist of it, also, I cannot say too much. Employed in a pretty big company, a few offices around. My dept has around 20 in it. We have clients that we provide professional services to, I'll call them Clients; A, B, C, etc. The dept director told us that client B is withdrawing from us on July 31st, so they'll need to cut c. half the team, or find them other roles in house. If they can't be found roles in house, they'll be made redundant. (One could be rejected for any role that they apply for...) I work for Client A; not going anywhere, enough work for the next 12 months plus. I've never once worked with Client B, whose pulling out of business with us. I only work client A which is a full time job. Basically, my work with Client A will still be there. The bosses say 'It wouldn't be fair to say; "X works for Client B, so X will need to go." We'll decide who'll stay if we can find them a role' (I disagree completely, I think that's very fair. Truth be told, I'm not interested in anyone else's fairness at this time.) I'm there over 2 years, full time permanent. There have been many new people taken on in the last few months, maybe 4 people are here less than a year. Alarm bells went off, I think they're trying to get rid of/keep who they want. Can you guys please give me advice as to what to expect? Quite distraught here, please let me know if there's details I've left out. Thanks for reading.