Organisational Design & Restructuring Including Terms & Conditions & RedundanciesPosted in : Webinar Recordings on 9 July 2020 Issues covered: Coronavirus; Organisational Design; Restructuring
One of the unexpected consequences of Covid-19 has been a substantial change in the way many of us work and for some organisations and employees this has been a very positive experience.
In this webinar recording Caroline McEnery, the HR Suite, will discuss how to carry out organisation redesign and restructuring to help employers cope with the impact on their business efficacy of the pandemic. This will inevitably include some renegotiation of terms and conditions and potential redundancy.
- Alternatives to Redundancy – An Employers Options
- Choosing Selection Criteria for Redundancy
- Steps in a Redundancy Process
- Collective Redundancy Consultation
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