The Gazella HR Blog
The Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) regulations, or TUPE, protect employees if the business they are employed in changes hands.
To be a great business, you need a strong brand backed by a brand promise designed to attract customers to your products and services.
After nine years of austerity, the market remains tight and it's more important than ever for businesses to find and keep talented employees.
Today, businesses need to be flexible, agile and willing to respond to market variations.
If the business needs to change, then the employees need to change with it. And, when it comes down to it, the most challenging aspect of managing change is managing the people.
We talked last week about the first two essentials in HR Project Management - Creating the case for Change and Sharing your Vision and Values. This week, we look at the three other steps to delivering a great change project.
Change should be a positive force, but do you hold back because it could affect your business performance and growth potential?