Change management

Change management is the process by the employer, with the involvement of HR, of managing the move to new ways of working, an organisational restructure, or the introduction new processes.

The management of change within the workplace is something that all employers have to deal with. Change can be a difficult thing for employees, particularly if it involves redundancies or TUPE transfers.


RB opens £200m innovation hub in Hull

Health and hygiene supplier RB, formerly Reckitt Benckiser, today opens a £200m centre in Hull as a “magnet” for the best scientific talent with 200 new jobs created.

Personnel Today Awards 2019: Great Western Railway on track with Managing Change Award

20 Nov 2019

Train operator Great Western Railway got the green signal from the Personnel Today Awards 2019 judges, bagging the Managing Change...

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Personnel Today Awards 2019: KP Snacks tastes success with HR Impact Award

20 Nov 2019

We profile the organisations on the HR Impact Award shortlist.

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Goodbye HR, hello ‘People’ – Download the Changing Face of HR report

15 Nov 2019

PROMOTED | How far are you in your HR to People journey? There’s no denying that there are seismic shifts happening in the world of work, leaving HR teams having to swiftly change...

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UNLEASH 2019: Digital transformation is ‘not about automation’

23 Oct 2019

Digital transformation involves a complete rethink of the way an organisation operates and is not simply about technology, PepsiCo’s former...

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John Lewis to reduce leadership team by a third

2 Oct 2019

John Lewis Partnership is to consolidate its executive leadership team from 225 to around 150 as it restructures to manage...

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Automation could widen gender pay gap

16 Jul 2019

There is a risk that automation in the workplace will widen the gender pay gap and increase inequality, an in-depth study has found.

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industrial strategy

‘Good quality’ jobs should be measure of industrial success

15 Jul 2019

The UK needs to manage industrial change far better than in the past if the economy is to harness new technology, become greener and provide better livelihoods

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Transforming culture: How to bring people with you through change (webinar)

4 Jul 2019

ON DEMAND | Look at any HR trends right now and the focus is on workplace culture. Or explicitly, having a culture that supports transformational change...

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How Philip Morris International’s workforce adapted to deliver new a strategy

27 Jun 2019

When Philip Morris International wanted stop making the product that made it what it is today, it needed to ensure its staff were on board.

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Festival of Work: Why job automation is an opportunity, not a threat

14 Jun 2019

The implications of job automation was hotly debated by speakers at the CIPD's Festival of Work this week, where Gary Kasparov was among the key speakers

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Unleash 2019: How to make work ‘romantic’ again

22 Mar 2019

Work is at risk of losing its human side as technology takes over many aspects of our professional and personal...

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Five reasons why you shouldn’t embark on HR Transformation

22 Feb 2019

In the final part of our serialisation of her book, Lucy Adams looks at updating the HR IT system and...

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Communicating change: The ‘Scary Six’ personas you need to win over

13 Feb 2019

Continuing our three-part serialisation of her book, Lucy Adams shares her “Scary Six”, examples of workplace personas that HR needs...

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Why it’s hard to make change happen in HR

6 Feb 2019

Beginning a three-part serialisation of her book, Lucy Adams – keynote speaker at this week’s HRD Summit – looks at why people don’t like to change the way they work and how you can make it easier for both them and you.

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