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Less Than Two-thirds of Manufacturing Leaders Consider Their People When Making Organisational Changes

February 6, 2024


Organisational changes are commonplace, from changes in management structure and departmental responsibilities through to implementing a new organisation-wide IT platform. However, latest research from O.C. Tanner reveals that just 65 per cent of manufacturing leaders take their employees into account when deciding to enact business-wide changes. And only 59 per cent seek employee opinions as changes are rolled-out. These are the findings from O.C. Tanner’s 2024 Global Culture Report which gathered data and insights from more than 42,000 employees, leaders, HR practitioners, and executives from 27 countries worldwide including 3,583 from the manufacturing industry.

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