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Global Software Company

The Challenge Client was acquired by another organisation, resulting in redundancies Half the UK organisation affected Large number of long-serving employees, daunted at having to find their next opportunity The Solution

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BlackBerry

The brief BlackBerry was undergoing a complex restructure throughout EMEA. They wanted to provide affected employees with specialist, face to face support at two levels:

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SAS

The brief SAS recognised the business need for a strong coaching capability in its managers and wanted to create a consistent managerial experience for its

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Flogas

The brief Flogas has a challenging growth plan. They wanted to use the knowledge of their people but also innovate and modernise. “We had many

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FTSE 100 Travel Brand

The brief TUPE of c.1500 UK employees to an offshore non-European entity.  The client initially estimated a two-year programme to achieve this, involving 15 members

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Historic Royal Palaces

The brief The Magic Garden, a family attraction, opened at Hampton Court Palace in March 2016. It proved very popular with nearly 300,000 people visiting

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Global software giant

Summary Challenge Needed to develop talent to drive growth now and in the future High churn in EMEA region Needed to give high-potential individuals a

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UPS

The brief UPS was closing two UK call centres with 200 administrative staff at risk of redundancy.  They wanted to provide every individual with a

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Sonus

The brief Sonus needed to make some difficult resourcing decisions.  The EMEA region was targeted to be downsized by 12 positions in 6 countries while

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Black Box

Summary Challenge Pursuing an aggressive acquisition strategy to achieve ambitions growth targets Limited presence in the UK meant evaluating target companies was a struggle Wanted

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