Reshaping Your Workforce in Post-COVID Normal
David Reid and Darrin Drew, Directors of Business 360, give advice on creating an effective workforce restructuring plan to help business owners cope with the ‘new normal’, and share what businesses should watch out for as they consider restructuring either due to diminished economic circumstances, or alternatively opportunity-driven through good business planning.
David Reid is a workplace practices entrepreneur with core competencies in management, workplace
relations, operations, training, trades, and business development across a variety of industries. A highly
driven individual with demonstrated results, David has been recognised with many business awards.
David understands that one size does not fit all in a business environment, a sentiment that shines
through in his ability to deliver and achieve actionable outcomes. His knowledge of business practices
has seen David achieve success in small start-ups through to large corporations over the past 30
years. He specialises in a range of supports around the “Human Element” of business practices, utilising a
range of Human Relationship (HR), Workplace Health & Safety, NLP, as well as Employee Engagement and Training services.
With over 25 years of experience managing and delivering professional services solutions, Darrin Drew possesses a unique blend of entrepreneurial spirit combined with a passion for workplace compliance, while achieving productive outcomes. Helping business owners and managers realise the value of their greatest asset, their employees, Darrin Drew assists business owners to fully engage their workforce, harness their potential and share in a common purpose. Darrin is equipped with a broad skill set ranging from management, product development, business training, business development to customer service delivery. Having consulted with literally thousands of employers and managers within SME and corporate workplaces, Darrin possesses a deep understanding of the challenges of managing the modern-day workforce.