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Establish the business case The department may only put staff at risk of redundancy where they have established clear business reasons for doing so.
This business case may emerge from internal planning which decides the size and most efficient use of staffing required to meet objectives or financial constraints.
Or it may be a response to external factors, including, for example, the loss or reduction of external funding. The business case may take any format, provided it gives a clear, written rationale for why certain posts are no longer required.
Identify the potential redundancy pool The business case must identify the pool from which any eventual redundancies will be sought. If, later in the process, compulsory redundancies prove to be unavoidable, the department will have to demonstrate that the pool from which those dismissed are selected had been properly and fairly identified.
Selection from too narrow a pool may itself render a dismissal unfair. Judgement has to be objective. The pool must reflect the specific circumstances of the case. It may be clear that all employees who carry out that activity are likely to be at risk of redundancy.
This may produce a large pool or, where the post under threat is highly specialised and only one employee is qualified to fill it, there may reasonably be a pool of only one.
Advice should be sought from your HR Business Partner. Procedures governing how any eventual selection from the pool is made are given in stage 5.This business case may emerge from internal planning which decides the size and most efficient use of staffing required to meet objectives or financial constraints.
Or it may be a response to external factors, including, for example, the loss or reduction of external funding. How to Write a Case for Support for Your Non-Profit (Part I) by Joe Garecht Your case for support (sometimes called your “case statement,” a term we will use interchangeably in this article) is one of the most important documents you can write for your non-profit.
Discuss how the Business Case is used to document the justification for undertaking a project. This is usually based on the estimated costs (e.g.
development, implementation, operations, and maintenance) against the anticipated benefits to be gained and offset by risks. Feb 04, · Sukanya Das (right) and Anupriya Chaturvedi, MBA final year students of ICFAI Business School (IBS), Hyderabad, are among the finalists in the Baylor USASBE Student Case Writing Competition 3 A GUIDE FOR PROPOSAL WRITING INTRODUCTION The staff of the Division of Undergraduate Education (DUE) at the National Science Foundation (NSF) .
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