Background: My employer is looking to relocate some jobs to other parts of the country. It is still early days and not sure what roles are impacted but it is conceivable that people in my team or potentially even myself could be. Let's assume for the purposes of this thread that my role was impacted, albeit probably a long way off. None of our other offices (current or proposed locations for new office) are commutable so if my role was relocated I would have to move or take redundancy. Due to proximity to family/friends I would be not be desperate to move but equally I would be open to the possibility if the package was attractive enough, as I currently have a long commute that could be drastically reduced by relocation. However I'm not really sure what to expect from relocation; my gut feeling is they probably wouldn't make me an offer attractive enough (as my demands probably quite high to ensure I could pay for good accommodation without being out of pocket) but not having experienced this before I am unsure. The company have said it is too early and information will be provided in due course but of course now the news has broken everyone starts thinking ahead. Part of me thinks I should be able to request more than the redundancy payout would be, on the basis that if they made me redundant they would then have the hassle and cost of having to replace a high performing employee. I know ultimately nobody can tell me the answer as it will depend on the employer, but still curious as to what packages others have been offered in this situation?