These questions are being answered by Learn HR, a market leader in the provision of HR and payroll training and nationally-recognised professional qualifications.
You are making a common mistake. In law it is the person, not the job, that is redundant. Redundancy exists if there is less work and as a result someone is dismissed. This may be the person who was doing that job or someone whose job that person was moved into. As your woman left voluntarily, you have no problem.
View all our HR tips: