The do’s and don’ts of Redundancy with a remote workforce

A practical whitepaper for your organisation.

The do’s and don’ts of Redundancy with a remote workforce

Redundancy, regardless of the cause, is a difficult and emotional process, so it’s critical that it is managed in the right way.

On Wednesday 28th April 2021 we brought together a panel of experts to discuss the real problems and dilemmas of considering restructuring and change that result in redundancies at this challenging time – both economically and in the workplace.

Our open and informative discussion looked to address the difficult questions of managing this process when employees are working from home, and how to prepare colleagues for delivering, hearing, coping and processing bad news when working remotely.

The panel gave a balanced view on:

  • How to manage the legal and statutory requirements of a redundancy process
  • How to treat all employees with dignity and respect
  • Delivery style and management of the process
  • Their own experience with projects of this kind during the pandemic

This whitepaper details the questions discussed in the session, whilst sharing the learnings, key guidance and wisdom on what can make the difference when undergoing the redundancy process with a remote workforce. Focusing on specific aspects such as planning, communication and compassion.

Download the whitepaper

Complete your details on the form to download The do's and don'ts of Redundancy with a remote workforce

Loading...