Social plan & reorganization advice
Changes take place in an organization that have consequences for employees. Usually we find these consequences “normal” or “acceptable” and therefore within the norm. Only when those consequences have a negative effect – as is often the case with reorganisations – is the question of whether something should be arranged. It is therefore also important to determine what the norm is to find something “annoying”, “bad” or “negative”. A social plan then determines what that standard is. And from which moment the consequences are so negative that measures are needed. This also implies that you talk (with the Works Council or with unions) about these standards and that they are negotiable. In addition, a social plan often contains rules about how to deal with changes. We help you quickly and properly – whether or not in co-creation with Works Council or unions – drawing up a Social Plan.
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