• Top Tips on Supporting your Staff Through a Restructure 14 September 2015 | View comments

  • Are you looking to restructure your organisation or make people redundant?

    Your employees may need some help and support to understand the contemporary job market.

    All the research suggests that people who are helped and supported are more likely to make a successful transition to their next destination. Bringing in outside help frees up Human Resources time and energy and shows the organisation is trying to help staff. It can also be a motivating factor for those ‘surviving’ a change management programme. 

    For employees involved in a restructure or being made redundant can be a very stressful period. Being able to talk to an independent and impartial careers professional helps to allay some of their fears and also allows employees to understand how the contemporary job market works. It also enables them to plan their future career direction.

    Stirling Careers Consultancy recently worked with an organisation which was restructuring to help staff reapply for their jobs in the new structure. Most staff had been at the organisation for number of years and they were unsure of the contemporary job market.

    During the restructure staff had to reapply for their jobs and Stirling Careers Consultancy helped them with their applications for their new roles. Stirling Careers Consultancy helped them with their Curriculum Vitaes (CV), covering letters and Interview Techniques (see SCC Blogg on 2nd January 2015 entitled 'Job Search' covering these topics.)

    Sometimes it can be harder going for an internal vacancy than an external vacancy. Never assume the organisation / interview panel fully understand your current role. Also, they may not know what your full range of abilities and skills are so you need to sell yourself to the panel in the most effective way.

    Stirling Careers Consultancy will work with the organisation to put together a tailored programme of support for your employees. If you need any help please contact Email: info@stirlingcareersconsultancy.co.uk or Telephone: 0790 461 4946

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