Redundancy Preparation: Finding what you need
When I started posting on LinkedIn, I followed the advice of “write what you know!” Unfortunately, I’ve had a lot of experience with redundancies and various types of employee exits and terminations. When I wrote my first post, I had no intention of turning it into a “series” but that is exactly what happened! There are so many different things for employees, managers, and HR professionals to consider and be aware of that I could probably write about redundancies for another few months! But, it’s not the most uplifting topic in the world and there is a plethora of other HR issues that I’m passionate about and that I want to share with you. Therefore, I will put pause on this series for now and revisit it periodically when other questions or topics arise.
Employees should be treated the same way on their way out of an organization as they are treated on their way into an organization.
I realize that the Redundancy Preparation posts are in a bit of a random order and address different audiences, so I’ve summarized them here for easy reference. It’s in the order in which they should be read (i.e. you use your selection criteria to create a draft list and then do your due diligence).
I look forward to your continued support and engagement. Please check in next week for a new article on a new topic!
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Renee Conklin is an HR Leader who writes about talent attraction, employee engagement and the future of work. She is the founder of RC HR Consulting.
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