Did you know…
… A social plan is not required by law?
Every organization is constantly on the move. Markets change, technologies change, business processes change and as a result, the work of employees also changes. That is part of normal business operations.
In some situations, those changes are profound. For example, because fewer people are needed for work, because jobs change drastically or because turnover decreases sharply during times of crisis. This often involves a reorganization. A social plan is usually drawn up to properly absorb the negative consequences for employees.
In our white paper we discuss the ins and outs of the social plan. We explain when a social plan is needed, which legal aspects you have to take into account and what you can arrange in a social plan. We also briefly discuss the discussion of a social plan and our approach to drawing up a social plan: “How do you make a social plan? The ins and outs of the social plan”