Category Archives: Manufacturing & Engineering Case Studies

Union recognition: a case study

trade union case study
Trade union recognition, once so widespread and unquestioned in Britain, was dealt a tough blow during the 1980s.  The New Labour government of the late 1990s reversed some of the obstacles to union recognition by placing it on a new statutory footing, with the aim of carefully balancing the interests of employees and employers.  Recognition…
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Contracts & unions: a case study

Contracts and unions
This case study illustrates a typical situation in which our multi-disciplinary team regularly assists many different types of client. In this particular situation, we handled both an aggressive bid for recognition by a trade union and a simultaneous major contractual change of terms and conditions for a key part of the workforce. The challenge Our…
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Improving attendance: a case study

Improving attendance
Ensuring that your line managers actively manage their teams’ attendance at work is a critical challenge for every business. This case study illustrates a typical situation which our team helps solve for many different types of client, regardless of whether they are a manufacturing business or any other type of organisation. The challenge The company,…
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Improving performance: a case study

Improving performance
Ensuring that your line managers actively manage their teams’ performance levels is a critical challenge for every business. This case study illustrates a typical situation which our team helps solve for many different types of client, regardless of whether they are a  manufacturing business or any other type of organisation. The challenge The overall productivity…
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