Change Management: Reviving the workplace in 2015 - Recognising the Need for Change

Posted in : O'Connor Solicitors on Change Management on 26 February 2015
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Spring is here according to our calendars; the weather may suggest otherwise. It is a season of change, growth and increments of light at the beginning and end of the working day. From January, budgets and business plans for 2015 are in place; the challenge in February and March for all is to start the process of implementing them.

Naturally, new budgets and plans may require a business to change how it operates on a day to day basis. Such changes may be voluntary; to work smarter and continue to grow or may be crucial to the survival of the business. Depending on what needs to be done per the business plans, the change required may improve, alter or reduce the terms and conditions of staff

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