Growing People | Frequently asked questions

How do we support employees in their transition from redundancy to future aspirations?
Employees are more likely to be advocates of your organisation if they feel people are treated fairly. How do we help?
Dealing with change such as redundancy can be very challenging for employees to cope with. Emotions such as fear, anger and resentment are not uncommon and are part of the change transition process. We help employees to deal with change so that they are more positive about their future and can plan and move on from their current situation. Many appreciate the support they receive helping them to see their situation and their employers in a more positive way.
How do we support employees in their transition from redundancy to future aspirations?
Line managers often find it difficult to provide the necessary emotional and practical support that employees require when they are being made redundant. In addition, they may also be experiencing uncertainty as a result of changes in organisational structures, working practices and personnel. This can have a significant impact on the overall morale and productivity within an organisation. We can provide practical and emotional support required by employees at all levels within the organisation to help maintain stability.