Bid & Transition Support
Let’s work together to create an HR solution to underpin the delivery of your bid proposal
Crafting a commercially-focused response to a tender is key. But, don’t forget about the people element of it! Our support will make sure that is taken care of.
The key people requirements often cover:
- TUPE Strategies
- Trade Union Engagement
- Employee Engagement (winning hearts and minds!)
- HR Transformation
Throughout our experience, we know the effectiveness of the plan and strategy behind bids or transition programmes leads to success.
If you’re looking for support in the bid or transition process, or simply for some impartial advice, then get in touch!
What People Want To Know
What HR issues might you need to consider when bidding for work?
You will need to assess each bid on a case-by-case basis but things to consider might include recruitment, TUPE, restructuring, employee liabilities, pension liability (especially public sector bids) and trade union relationships
Is due diligence important?
It’s vital to bid for any new contract with your eyes wide open so there are no surprises to deal with if your bid is successful. Use the tendering process to ask questions and seek clarification
What is the transition process?
This is the period between the announcement of the successful bidder and the start of the new contract. Sometimes referred to as ‘mobilisation’ it’s the period during which the successful bidder gets ready to deliver the new work
What does bid support mean in terms of HR?
For large, complex bids, a dedicated focus on people can be essential to craft a winning tender response. It would also involve planning for the transition or mobilisation process to give assurance in the proposal of your ability to deliver
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