Let’s face it; no one enjoys sitting an employee down and telling them they no longer have a place in the company because their position has been made redundant. Unplanned redundancy conversations can be hard and challenging, and you can encounter some pretty big emotions.
While we often recognise the difficulty these conversations have on transitioning employees in the business world, we don’t always remember the effect it has on the person who has to deliver the conversation. To…Continue
During the restructuring process, there are five R’s of change you need to manage effectively to maintain productivity, performance, and profitability in your organisation – resistance, redundancy, redeployment, re-engagement and retention. Here’s how to set your organisation up for success through change.
No word can spread fear through an organisation like “change”. Resistance can be as inevitable as change itself, however, there are ways that…Continue
In the wake of restructuring and redundancies, your surviving team can frequently be left shaken and riddled with guilt.
But with greater pressure to perform at the very time that they are mentally and emotionally drained after surviving what may have been multiple changes, how do you get back to business as usual?
Employees that remain after a major restructuring can experience all the emotions of grief…Continue
During change and restructure it’s not unusual for trust to be broken between staff, the management team and even your customers. But how do you start to win it back to protect your employment brand and reputation?
There’s no question that it takes time, but there are a few key things you can do to speed up the process of restoring trust.
When trust breaks down, communication normally breaks down with it.…Continue