Managing change, the right way

Matthew Wilcox our consultant managing the role
Restructuring, rebuilding and transforming are high on everyone’s agenda and will continue to be, especially when considering further lockdown restrictions being put in place across the UK and Ireland. The current crisis has put extreme pressure on cash flow, workflow and staffing, pushing decision makers to make tough calls to plan for the future.

While some organisations may be able to restructure and redeploy teams to other areas of the business, there are lots that will need to become more lean in order to weather the storm and arise from this challenge in a strong position. It’s crucial that any employee transition is managed in the right way so you can minimise business disruption, ensure employees leave with dignity and respect and re-assure remaining employees, helping you protect your employer brand and reputation and put you in a strong position for when you are looking to hire again in the future. . 

On this note, our sister company, Intoo UK and Ireland specialise in outplacement solutions  and can offer advice and support. They have produced a guide called ‘Supporting your organisation through change and redundancy’, which provides useful information and support to HR or managerial teams responsible for leading change and managing the redundancy process. It works as a roadmap for employers to implement change in a way that minimises business disruption and, most importantly, protects employee wellbeing. You can download Intoo’s guide here.


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The guide covers:

  • Assessing the need for redundancies
  • Communicating change
  • The redundancy process (including; preparation, evaluation criteria, consultation and legislation)
  • Career transition support

26/10/20
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