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experience of major changes in working practices


I am employed by a local authority of some 9,000 employees, we are intending to introduce major changes in working practices eg home working, hot desking, change in working hours etc. I have been asked to source people whose organisation has experienced this and would be willing to offer advice etc. Can anyone help?
Fiona MacLeod

4 Responses

  1. Employment Law Act 2002
    We have been helping clients implement a variety of flexible working conditions and previously assisted in a major UK business which wanted to use hot desking to release office space.

    I and Lee here at Lime One are more than happy to chat through the good bad and ugly situations we have handled!
    0870 240 4325

  2. Flexible Working Consultancy Services
    As specialist providers of flexible working consultancy services, our core area of expertise is in understanding, developing and implementing flexible working.

    We have originated important and groundbreaking qualitative research to help us really understand what differentiates successful organisations, and the genuine (and measurable) business benefits of new ways of working.

    Our website gives more more information about our organisation and how we may be able to help including some of our client case studies. If you would like to speak to us directly please contact Carol Savage – managing director on 0207 6366744.

  3. Flexible
    We have assisted many companies go through this from the middle 90s onwards when ‘ hot desking’ often meant no desk on a Monday morning!

    Happy to discuss some ideas which have worked and more importantly the procedures you will need in place to run this through equal opps for 9000!

    TBD- London and Manchester
    0870 241 3998

  4. involving people in change management
    I’m currently working with a local authority on a change programme, and we are using an approach which involves the people whose jobs will change, in both the process and in the decision making. This has the benefit of drawing on people’s experience, developing ownership, and avoiding unnecessary problems during implementation. It’s a combination of organisational change, team building, and personal development. I’d be happy to discuss this if it may be of help.

    John Teire,

    Charlbury Consultants, Winters House, Oxenhall, Newent, Glos., GL18 1RL tel/fax 01531 821902


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