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Change Management

When organisations decide to make change, it’s normally because they want to make improvements.  This could be improvements to cashflow, products and services or internal processes.  Change may be planned or unplanned, and it generally always affects the organisation’s workforce. Badly managed change can cause long lasting resentment and ill feeling.

Examples of major change are

  • Mergers
  • Redundancies
  • Re-structuring
  • New working practices

Minor change could relate to anything from the introduction of new training programmes to changes in your policies and procedures.

Although every situation is unique and every organisation is different, when undertaking changes, you should

  • provide strong leadership
  • make sure you are up-to-date with redundancy law
  • be aware of your obligations under the TUPE legislation
  • proactively manage change

Contact us for further information on how to manage change.

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