O'Connor Solicitors on Change Management

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Change management and data privacy in the workplace

Posted in: O'Connor Solicitors on Change Management on 29/06/2016 As with all rights, they bring responsibilities; they are not unqualified. The right to privacy is frequently balanced with the exigencies of the common good; it is fair to say that the Courts have typically left both privacy and the exigencies of the common good without rigid parameters. We must d...
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Data Protection and Freedom of Information Act
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Change and Occupational Health and Safety

Posted in: O'Connor Solicitors on Change Management on 13/05/2016 This article examines the mutual duties of employers and employees to ensure health and safety when implementing change in work practices. Change in work systems may be planned and implemented gradually or they may be required urgently due to unforeseen or adverse events. Either way, change to wor...
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Sickness and Absence Health and Safety
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Rebranding, Change and Employment Law

Posted in: O'Connor Solicitors on Change Management on 07/03/2016 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...
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Discrimination and Equality Policies and Procedures
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Resistance to Change in the Workplace

Posted in: O'Connor Solicitors on Change Management on 21/12/2015 Ideas on Resistance to Change in the WorkplaceAt the first sign of resistance to your planned changes, who do you call upon? If you call upon Gestalt psychologists they will tell you about your conscious and unconscious competence and incompetence; behavioural psychologists will tell you how one pe...
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Communicate both the need for Change and the Proposed Changes within the Workplace

Posted in: O'Connor Solicitors on Change Management on 06/10/2015 Our next article in a series of articles examining managing change in the workplace focuses on how to communicate both the need for change and the proposed changes within the workplace. We set out below, examples of situations where an employer is legally obliged to notify employees of change; situ...