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Managing Change

A suite of short videos to guide managers through the key steps.

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Managing Redundancy Situations:

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Managing Changes to Employees’ Employment Contracts:

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Why we don’t like change – and what to do about it

This video gives insight into why humans are ‘hard wired’ to dislike change – and how you can help your team to navigate their way through changes going on at work.

Riding the change 'rollercoaster'

Research shows we go through a range of emotions when change is happening around us, and these can be at their most potent when redundancy or a change to employment contracts has been announced. This video gives you techniques to help you to manage the change programme in a way that makes the journey feel less of a rollercoaster ride.

Managing the ‘day to day’ when there’s change going on in the organisation

Should you adapt what you’re doing day to day when change is affecting your team members? If so, how? This video gives you some steps to support your team and keep them on track.

What changes can you make to your team members’ ways of working?

Employees’ employment contracts can include a right to make changes: It’s one thing having the right though, and another thing to use is well.  This video helps you spot what you can change and guides you how to do it.

Chairing a collective redundancy consultation forum

This video is for senior managers responsible for chairing the collective consultation:  What needs to be covered in the meetings and how to do it.

Delivering a message about a proposed redundancy

As a manager you’ll be asked to deliver a message to your team about change that is happening in the organisation. You know it’s important to stick to the message, but you don’t want to come across as a robot: This video gives you techniques to deliver it as a human!

Running a redundancy consultation meeting

This video will walk you through what to cover during the meeting and how to do it.

Running a final redundancy consultation meeting

You have reached the point of considering whether to confirm an employee as redundant. What do you need to cover?

Hearing an appeal against a redundancy dismissal

You have been asked to hear an appeal raised by an employee who has been made redundant. How to plan and run that meeting? This video will guide you through it.

Collective redundancy consultation has been announced. What will be happening?

Proposed changes to the organisation have been announced and a period of collective consultation will be taking place. What does all that really mean?

What is consultation?

This video gives you an in-depth look at what consulting and being consulted is all about.

Being an employee representative. What’s involved?

The organisation has announced a proposed redundancy and is planning to start collective consultation. This video helps you to decide whether to put yourself forward as a rep.

I have been appointed as an employee rep. What’s next?

The first meeting is coming up fast. This video tells you what to expect from the first consultation meeting.

I am a rep. What should I expect to be consulted about?

This video tells you what you will be consulted about during the redundancy consultation meetings.

How do I know that I have completed my role as a rep?

So how do you know your job as an employee rep is done? This video tells you how to decide.

Chairing the collective consultation forum

This video is for senior managers responsible for chairing the collective consultation:  What needs to be covered in the meetings and how to do it.

Delivering a message about proposed change

As a manager you’ll be asked to deliver a message to your team about change that is happening in the organisation. You know it’s important to stick to the message, but you don’t want to come across as a robot: This video gives you techniques to deliver it as a human!

What is consultation?

This video gives you an in-depth look at what consulting and being consulted is all about.

Running an individual consultation meeting

This video will walk you through what to cover during the meeting and how to do it.

Running a final individual consultation meeting

You have reached the point of considering whether to end an employee’s employment in order to make the terms and conditions change. What do you need to cover in the meeting?

Hearing an appeal against a dismissal

You have been asked to hear an appeal raised by an employee who has been dismissed and offered re-employment on the new terms. How to plan and run that meeting? This video will guide you through it.

Collective consultation has been announced. What will be happening?

Proposed changes have been announced and a period of collective consultation will be taking place. What does all that really mean?

Being an employee representative. What’s involved?

The organisation has announced a proposed change to terms and conditions and is planning to start collective consultation. This video helps you to decide whether to put yourself forward as a rep.

I have been appointed as an employee rep. What’s next?

The first meeting is coming up fast. This video tells you what you need to know and how to prepare.

I am a rep. What should I expect to be consulted about?

This video tells you what you will be consulted about during the collective consultation meetings.

How do I know that, as an employee rep, I have done all I should?

So how do you know your job as an employee rep is done? This video tells you how.

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