Rebranding, Change and Employment Law

Posted in : Mar on 7 March 2016
Gail O'Keeffe
O'Connor Solicitors

When a company is contemplating a change of brand, a vital part of the change management process is engagement with employees. A change in brand, focus and company culture affects employees. They are the people who will be tasked with managing and supporting the changes that a rebranding will bring. The company will invest time and money in planning, designing and implementing the new brand. It must also focus on whether the change of brand, focus and company culture complies with employment law.

It is useful to examine two high profile re-branding exercises demonstrating the importance of

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This article is correct at 07/03/2016
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Gail O'Keeffe
O'Connor Solicitors

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