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Management - Aftercare

After the redundancy period there will be a need to rebuild the team - to manage the "Survivors". An initial feeling of relief at having escaped the axe soon goes. Often in the aftermath staff have feelings of guilt, anger, and uncertainty.

There is a lack of morale and more likely, a need for motivation and direction in the day to day work. There is a need to address the reservations, fears and negative views of staff and management, to ensure awareness of the feeling and issues, therefore creating a climate for prompting solutions to areas of difficulty.

Often the remaining roles and responsibilities will require significant changes and the development of more effective procedures. The tools (training, processes, procedures, leadership) need to be provided for staff to be more effective workers, communicators and/or managers as appropriate. Providing private and group sessions can give staff the opportunity to discuss their concerns about day-to-day operations, their future and company plans.

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