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Restructruring and Redundancies


The toughest challenges in management

Downsizing, Redundancy, Delayering, Restructuring - these are the toughest tasks you will ever face in management. It is vital you manage them well. Effectively, fairly and with a clear idea of outcomes.
Our latest book is "Restructuring and Redundancies - How to implement Necessary Change" it will tell you what to do and how to do it. Step by step.

The contents of the book Restructuring and Redundancies follow:

1. INTRODUCTION
• Why Implement a Redundancy?
• The Search for Alternatives

2. OVERVIEW

3. PLANNING
• Review Individual Employment Agreements
• The Costs of a Redundancy
• Forming a Project Group
• A Written Proposal
• Updating and Renogiating Employment Agreements
• Vulnerable Employees

4. SELECTION
• Voluntary Redundancy
• Last On First Off
• Attendance
• Disciplinary Record
• Percentile Cuts
• Outsourcing of Entire Departments
• Skills
• Quality
• Capability
• Job Knowledge
• Flexibiility / Adaptability
• Potential and Attitude
• Challenges

5. CONSULTATION
• The Proposal
• The Time Frame
• The Notice Period
• Anticipating Ractions
• Calling the First Redundancy Meeting
• Initial Meeting to Present the Proposal
• Listening to the Employee
• Agreement is Not Necessary
• Letter for Second Meeting for a Redundancy
• Final Meeting
• For Leavers
• Following the Meeting
• For Stayers
• Handling Absent Employees
• Making Group Announcements
• Dealing with Questions
• Checklists for Managers

6. DEALING WITH HOUSEKEEPING
• Packing Up
• Leaver Checklists
• Exit Checklists
• Vehicles
• Telephone Calls and Information Technology
• Confidentiality

7. EXTERNAL CONSULTANTS

8. REMAINING EMPLOYEES

9. APPENDIX A - THE COSTS OF A REDUNDANCY

10. APPENDIX B - TEMPLATE DOCUMENTS AND LETTERS


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