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A Practical Guide to Reorganisation & Redundancy

A Practical Guide to Reorganisation & Redundancy
Friday, March 13, 2015 - 15:30 to 17:00
Think People offices, 12th floor Causeway Tower 9 James St South Belfast BT2 8DN

As part of the strategic process organisations need to review their organisation structures, both to ensure ongoing effectiveness and in reaction to changing circumstances.  This session provides an introduction to key requirements in managing reorganisation effectively. 

  • The importance of planning
  • Legislative compliance and consultation
  • Pooling and selection
  • Best practice dos and don'ts

Date :    Friday 13 March 2015
Time:    3.30pm - 5.00pm
Cost:    none
Venue: Think People offices, 12th floor Causeway Tower 9 James St South Belfast BT2 8DN

To book your place please email sarah@co3.bz or Tel: 02890 245 356

Meet the Facilitator

Emer Hinphey
Managing Partner, Think People

Emer has over 14 years experience within Human Resources, working across a variety of industries and sectors.

Emer has provided support and advice to both small and large organisations. Her approach is to work closely with the organisation in a hands- on way. She has worked with senior teams and executives to support strategic planning and implementation as well as advising on complex or challenging people related issues. She also understands the needs of smaller organisations and has developed strong working relationships with a range of businesses.

Emer has strong experience in the area of organisational development and talent management. Projects have included the development and implementation of a talent management programme for a UK wide division of a global bank, culture audits and development, competency framework development and design and delivery of bespoke training ranging from Leadership Development programmes to people management skills training. In addition, Emer has hands on experience of HR strategy development, implementing large scale and small redundancy programmes, TUPE, policy development and ER issues. Read more