States workers in Jersey could face nine months of job uncertainty.
Chief Executive Charlie Parker says it could take that long to reorganise the States structure.
The first phase of the restructuring at the States of Jersey was outlined in March, and included a number of changes for the senior leadership.
Meanwhile, more changes were made to the restructuring plan after a staff consultation.
And last week, Charlie Parker announced 26 senior jobs were to be cut from the States.
People at all levels could face reapplying for their own jobs in the organisational changes, which the Chief Executive says will be decided in the next nine months.
Here is Hannah Bechelet's full interview with Charlie Parker.