Redundancy & Restructure Support

Are you implementing a change programme resulting in possible redundancies?

Do you want to support affected staff through this period of transition?

If YES, then talk to us, we can help!

Our Redundancy and Restructure Support Programme offers a flexible and affordable suite of tools including E-Learning, Face to Face workshops and Coaching, which schools can tailor to meet their own specific needs.

Offering Redundancy and Restructure Support has many benefits:

  • Governors and Senior Leaders are able to better manage the process and fulfil their role.
  • Individuals feel supported in their transition, with the confidence and practical support needed to help them secure their next role.
  • In engaging SPS, leaders can be confident that employees will receive the best available support at their most vulnerable, reducing the anxiety and uncertainty which could impact morale, well-being and day to day operations.

E-Learning Programme

Available on our E-Learning platform www.elearningforschools.com:

  • The Redundancy Process Explained - Employee Guide Module.
  • The Redundancy Process Explained - Governor and School Leader Guide Module.
  • Next Steps, Right Steps - Achieving Job Success following Redundancy Module.

Next Steps, Right Steps Workshops

Delivered by our experienced HR Consultants you can choose from:

  • Group Workshops - Offering practical advice and guidance on key elements of recruitment - job search through to interview skills.
  • 121 Surgeries - Offering targetted support with personal statements, CV’s and interviews. Employees to complete an online profile in advance of the session.
  • Flexible Team Building Sessions to support the new/remaining team.

Executive Coaching

  • Offers Senior Leaders and Executives affected by change, access to an experienced professional coach for guidance and support.

 

For more information and to discuss what’s right for your school and it’s staff please contact our HR and Training Consultant, Summer Macer at summer.macer@kent.gov.uk or call on 03000 418 677