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If a dismissal is a genuine redundancy it will not be an unfair dismissal.
Under Commonwealth workplace laws, a person’s dismissal is a 'genuine redundancy' if:
A dismissal is not a genuine redundancy if it would have been reasonable in the circumstances for the employee to be redeployed within the employer’s enterprise or an associated entity.
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