Research Looks at Defining Job Roles After Layoffs

Patrick Avery

Job roles are in a constant state of flux for many as businesses look to cut costs and add more duties to existing staff. A new research note uploaded by Info-Tech Research Group to the Knowledge Network addresses redefining job roles. Coordinating the details of who will handle what going forward may feel rather like putting together a puzzle with too many pieces, but this research note addresses logical entry-points into the role redefinition and reorganization process; taking a skills-grouping approach for thorough results, forming balanced roles and reporting structures; and recommendations for role transition.

 

Here are a few other resources in the Knowledge Network that address layoffs and restructuring workforces.

 

Reduction in Force Calculator

Layoff Checklist

New Employee Cost Calculator


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