HR Grapevine describes the story of an employee who brings a clown to his redundancy meeting, explaining that his presence was for emotional support.
Writing for Forbes, John M. O'Connor provides advice to organisations by comparing the outplacement journey to the mobile app game Angry Birds.
In the latest issue of The Global Recruiter, Owen Morgan emphasises the importance of support for those affected by change and redundancy, highlighting the evolution of outplacement.
In a buoyant job market, some may argue that outplacement support is no longer relevant, but in reality outplacement should be a part of every modern organisation’s support kit for the following reasons.
People tend to react in two distinct ways after job displacement, read this article by Harvard Business Review for insight into these behavioural patterns.
People are unique, with individual challenges, needs, and responsibilities. So why do we think a one size fits all approach is okay for outplacement?
Rehiring a former employee has many benefits, to encourage returners employers must evaluate their current leaving process and create a positive environment
Redundancy may be an unfortunate consequence of modern business, but what departing employees say about your organisation is not.
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