Employee Engagement After Change

In order to remain successful, businesses must adapt and evolve over time.


There are many factors at play that affect the health of a business, from the economy and changing skill sets, to industry regulation and pandemics.

As a result, restructures, redundancies and change programmes are commonplace for businesses who seek to remain competitive.

Yet, as common and essential as these processes are, they can be devastating, not just for the individual, but for the business as a whole. It can shift and change the culture of an organisation, with engagement almost always taking a noticeable hit.

Working through a change programme with a sound recovery strategy for the other side can help an organisation rebuild itself much quicker - even come out stronger - in most cases.

The consequences of not thinking 'what happens next' can have a long-term, detrimental impact on a business.

This guide will take you through 10 key areas to consider when it comes to employee engagement after change. If you’d like to talk to us about change in your own organisation, we’d love to hear from you - our contact details are at the back!

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