Organisations can sometimes face tough decisions. Transferring and redeploying staff may occur in order to adapt business models or, in some cases, as a method to avoid redundancies. It’s important to consider a range of possibilities so you can make an informed decision; this is in order to best equip the workforce and the business for the future 

Here are our top tips for assessing transferable skills and redeploying staff. 

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