Reorganise. Restructure. Redeploy. Redundancy.

At organic hr we have in-depth experience of helping many businesses with various types of business change including:  Reorganisation, Restructuring, Redeployment and Redundancy(Click here for our article on Redundancy Handling:  Top 10 tips)

We offer a free 15 minute consultation if you have any questions or would like some friendly, professional advice in confidence – please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

All organisations must change in order to respond to the demands, pressures and opportunities they encounter.  In doing so, there is usually a need to adjust the way they deploy their people.

Types of reorganisation:
  • There is a reduced need for a certain type of work – potentially resulting in Redundancies
  • There are changes to how a certain type of work will be delivered – possibly requiring a Restructure
  • Work, roles and employees are reorganised within different teams or management structures – a Redeployment
Special situations

Mergers, de-mergers and acquisitions very frequently result in complex, far reaching reorganisations of work, roles and employees.  Probably the one which employers are most familiar with is a TUPE transfer (Transfer of Undertaking (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006), which arises when a business changes hands.

How we help

In any business reorganisation, there are many factors to consider such as time, costs, infrastructure, ‘survivor syndrome’, resistance and even apathy.  Two aspects, however, are absolutely fundamental to success:

  1. Making sure that the organisation efficiently retains the correct balance of roles and people to meet its future needs
  2. Handling the process fairly, objectively and in compliance with employment law

We provide hands-on support with all aspects of the planning, and the sensitive implementation of the people side of business reorganisations including:

  • Identification of critical posts to ensure a balanced organisation following the reorganisation
  • Ensuring fair pooling, selection and exploration of alternatives as appropriate
  • All associated communications including consultation meetings