Redundancy : Making it fair, humane and professional

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Redundancy should always be considered as a last resort and only after all other options have been exhausted. 

Redundancy or the reduction of a workforce can be one of the most distressing events an employee can experience; and it isn’t pleasant for employers either.

It requires sensitive handling by the employer to ensure fair treatment of those they are letting go as well as managing the morale and productivity of those who will remain.  

In this live webinar we will talk about:

  1. Understanding redundancy – human perspective
  2. Employer Brand management
  3. Steps to conducting a fair redundancy 
  4. Outplacement services
  • Geeta Dhami – Managing Director, Prospects

Geeta Dhami, is a trained HR professional and a member of the UK’s Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development. Geeta’s HR career spans more than 18 years mostly practiced within the Financial Services sector in the UK. 

Geeta set up Prospects Recruitment in 2017 which specialises in finding and utilising comprehensive selection techniques to identify the talent that fits with the organisational values and culture of their clients.  Through its sister company, Prospects Consulting, Geeta and her team offer companies tailor-made HR interventions that help them to achieve their strategic goals and objectives through their people.

Geeta has led projects on performance management, compensation and benefits, organisational design, redundancy, transfers of undertaking, learning and development, HR Systems implementation, change management and employee relations amongst others.  Geeta has a particular interest in coaching and developing individuals to help them to achieve the best of themselves and is an MQA certified trainer.

  • Dr. Deepak Dhami – Consultant, Prospects

Dr Deepak Dhami is a part-time consultant at Prospects and Senior Executive with over 25 years’ experience gained in the pharmaceutical industry in Europe, Asia-Pacific and the USA.  Deepak joined the pharmaceutical industry initially via project management related roles which allowed him to develop and realise some inherent people and leadership skills. 

Through working for a number of large global companies Deepak made the move into management and leadership positions. 

During the last 15 years Deepak has been closely involved with the recruitment and development of individuals as well as applying change management principles to grow organisational capability.

Comfortable operating across all levels from individual contributors to the C-Suite, Deepak enjoys helping people develop personally and professionally through thoughtful observation, listening, analysis, feedback and coaching/mentoring.

Have questions? Our team is here to help. Call (+230) 2103838 – Monday to Friday from 8:30 am to 5 pm MUT.

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