As a Works Council, you frequently deal with advisory projects: reorganisation, relocation or another significant change.
guidance on advisory projects
We have a lot of experience in supporting Works Council during mergers, reorganisations, outsourcing and relocations. Together, we can handle this.
As a process supervisor, we support the Works Council during the change process within the organisation. This will ensure that the Works Council can use its powers. We can send in our experts for specific content, in consultation with the Works Council, for example, our legal, financial (Dutch), organisational or negotiation (Dutch) experts.
When we provide support, it is up to the Works Council to make various choices about how to deal with this. On the one hand, we discuss the content of (all) items with the entire Works Council. On the other hand, the Works Council follows the processes and changes within the organisation, making sure that the right employees/managers with substantial knowledge are the ones sailing the ship.
Tripple C Method
One of the ways in which we support the advisory process is the use of the Triple C Method. This helps us to Collect, Consider and Conclude any advice given by the Works Council.
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We offer practical help in a manner that suits your Works Council. Are you looking for group support, making sure that the advice is a team result, but do you want to use the knowledge and expertise of experienced coaches? That is what we specialise in.
If you prefer us to carry out extensive research and provide legally sound advice in writing, that is also an option.
how can we help you (and/or your Works Council) achieve this?
We are happy to discuss your options with you at your location. In many cases, we can get you started quickly.
Note: Please note that we are a Dutch organisation and that all our information is originally composed in Dutch. For the benefit of our English-speaking customers we have translated some of our online information. We are still in the process of translating even more of our information. It could therefore be that you will come across Dutch pages on CT2.nl. Please contact us if you would like more information.