Employee Morale During Downsizing
This report is the product of a study supported by the Institute for Employment Studies (IES) Co- operative Research Programme. IES aims to help bring about sustainable improvements in employment policy and human resource management. IES achieves this by increasing the understanding and improving the practice of key decision makers in policy bodies and employing organisations.
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Anticipating Employee Response
Interventions to Control Morale
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achieve assessment Brockner business performance business plan career management challenge Co-operative Research Programme commitment concerns cost decision discuss downsized employers downsizing activity downsizing initiatives downsizing organisation early release effective employee responses employers we spoke Employment Studies ensure established evaluate expectations experience following downsizing future groups Hirsh HR management human resource Human Resource Management identify impact implementation improvements individuals influence interpretation interventions employers issues job cuts Job Insecurity levels line managers manage morale managing employee morale monitor morale and motivation MORALE DURING DOWNSIZING needs objectives opportunities options Organisation Development organisation's organisational change outcomes outplacement particular perception performance appraisal personnel poor morale potential psychological contract recognised relationships remain Report retained employees retained staff revised roles rightsizing senior management skills staff cuts staff reductions stress Stress management survey survivor syndrome survivors understanding upward feedback Whilst workforce workforce reductions