Restructuring is something that you are likely to have to face at some point. You need someone who understands the law and can answer your questions:
Lawyers can give a really good top level view of where you stand. But the devil is in the detail and you need someone to work through what your redundancy responsibilities and liabilities are in practice, and help you translate these in to action. Of course, as well as the legal issues there is the concern of how you manage change positively to take staff with you. We can:
"It was invaluable to have Real People involved in the restructuring work we did last year. We were in a period of change and the team helped us to navigate all of that complexity to build a system, structure and skills in HR in the team as we were doing it. It was only a small piece of work perhaps compared to other organisations but for us as a young team having the expertise was fantastic. They never made anything too hard and always kept focused on the big picture of skills building. All of that work is the foundation for the growth in our social outputs and we couldn't be doing what we are doing now without them."