As if by utter coincidence another 'restructuring' outside Japan rolls out to join the K5 funeral procession. Ho hum.
8 posts • joined 8 Sep 2011
So soon? The last time they managed this so well they had to recruit as they were short in some teams. Now that deals are getting more numerous but smaller in size, do they bin expensive, commission hungry sales and bid directors? Of course not! Grunts to the firing line first of course!
As in previous machinations to cut costs, there is no strategy apparent and no evidence as to what the logic is when questioned on the business case for redundancies. It appears to be spread FUD then work out what they are doing - no change there then. A shame when they are making huge strides in real business priority areas like getting into the top 100 Stonewall Employer table and dumping the only employer/emloyee communication channel.
Is this just a case where the original business takes a back seat or just dies off because of the excitement of the new fad? It has happened before.
Yes, let's look at HR as a profit centre. please. What use are they apart from management apologists and an in house staffing agency, talk about ripe for outsourcing.
If anyone thinks anything other than money is the driver here you're deluding yourself. I'm surprised they:
1. are not charging for holding devices in a 'tablet cloakroom'
2. haven't offered a 'pre-approved' tablet for use in the stadium rental deal (that are the same as those banned less a camera facility)
What happens at one Prem ground soon follows at others - especially where money is involved.
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