Designing you a redundancy framework and process

We have exceptional experience and expertise at designing redundancy frameworks and processes in which to follow after organisational design exercises.

Our consultants are highly skilled at executing redundancy arrangements and we receive outstanding feedback from Directors and Managers we work with, as well as redundant employees.

“Very professional and discrete”, “Extremely supportive and very professional”, “Wow! How did you do that? I could not have done what you’ve done, amazing” “Can you teach me how to do what you do? It was amazing to watch”, “I was a bit skeptical at the beginning, but you soon changed my mind, I could not have found this job without your help”, “I am glad you came on board, because I am not sure I would have got things right”.


Consulting with employees and Trade Unions

Throughout any redundancy process, no matter of the size it is critical that consultation occurs.  Mercury HR consultants skillsets and experience make consultation an easy process to follow as usually where redundancies are concerned, it is time critical.

Assisting redundant persons find alternative work

Without any doubt Mercury HR stand out from any other HR or Employment Services company.  When we work with you on your redundancy arrangements, we also put in place a framework that will support and assist your redundant staff find alternative work and careers. We consistently achieve outstanding feedback from individuals we help find alternative work and remarks from Directors and Managers who we are assisting and advising reassure us through their voluntary comments  that we get it just right.

Its absolutely critical for us that we strike the perfect balance between the business needs and the individual emotions.

Redundancy is one of the most traumatic events an employee is likely to experience.  Announcement of redundancies affects morale, motivation and productivity.

Mercury HR minimise the negative effects through sensitive, professional handling.

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