Having been made redundant several of our employees have raised individual though identical grievances about matters raised during group consultations. These matters were around numbers to be made redundant and the method of their selection and were addressed as part of the consultation process. At the final group consultation meeting the elected reps and Union even provided us with the names of those who would be “happy” to be made compulsory redundant. Should I inform these employees that they do not have a right to raise a grievance and treat their issues rather as individual appeal’s against the consultation process?