Terms & Conditions Harmonisation
Every business initiative that affects your employees’ terms and conditions requires you to consult with them on change of contract.
At Connor we can help you harmonise employment terms and conditions or contracts.
Our services include:
Analysing your terms and conditions and providing advice report on areas where you may wish to focus and how to mitigate risks e.g. gender pay gap, BAME
Job Evaluation – We can provide, or recommend, job models to act as a framework against your current terms and conditions. We can also support job evaluation framework implementation
Planning – We can develop a practical and fully costed short, medium and long-term plan for harmonisation
Implementation – We can manage or support the terms and conditions harmonisation where required and support with any union engagement when required
To find out more about what we can do for you to implement contractual changes, book a call with one of our experts. We have deep expertise in change of employee contract and TUPE changes to terms and conditions.
With over 25 years of expertise, Connor consultants know the marketplace inside-out. We have the deep industry knowledge, understanding and resources to manage even large-scale, global outplacement programmes. We also offer programmes to support individuals in other stages of career transition, from career break returners to those considering retirement.
We’re proud to be different to other outplacement companies. When you work with Connor, you receive
- Face-to-face outplacement support for as long as you need it – our unique promise.
- Tailored outplacement programmes that benefit the individual and the business.
- Unlimited access to psychometric tools, as well as our acclaimed Connor career centre.
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The world of HR is having to adapt quickly and as many businesses prepare for the next wave of large-scale redundancies, experts are urging employers
Organisations currently find themselves in an environment where not embracing change can result in facing threats to their very existence. The headwinds of Covid-19, globalisation,