Everything You Need to Know About Outplacement but Haven’t Had Time to Ask
This is a timely, informative and free webinar for employers facing the possibility of downsizing.
The COVID-19 outbreak has brought enormous challenges that many businesses have never faced before. In order to stay competitive and afloat during this pandemic, employers are having to make tough choices regarding furloughs and layoffs. With all that is going on, outplacement remains important.
Why Does Outplacement Matter?
Our free 30-minute webinar for employers is designed to provide you with the essential information on the best practices and benefits of outplacement. Beyond being the right thing to do for laid-off employees, outplacement impacts future hiring, retention and morale. It boosts your employer brand and company reputation, helps minimize legal liability and can reduce your unemployment tax burden. Offering outplacement support is a smart move.
Here’s what you will learn from our free webinar for employers:
- Furlough or layoffs: what is the right decision for your organization?
- Cut through the confusion: How to craft a basic outplacement plan
- Outplacement communications best practices
- How to help displaced employees find new positions
- Who benefits from career coaching
- What services displaced employees really need and want the most
- Ways to provide a full line of outplacement services remotely
- Legal considerations for outplacement
- What is fluff and what is effective in outplacement offerings
Who Should Attend This Webinar?
- Anyone employer facing challenges of downsizing, furlough and layoffs
- Small and Mid-sized business owners
- Executives overseeing workforce operations
“…even before the current crisis, nearly three in four CEOs said that changes in the nature of work would prompt them to lay off workers in the next three to five years. ” — Forbes, April 8, 2020
“The latest round of coronavirus-induced layoffs and furloughs soared by another 6.6 million in the first week of April, bringing total job losses in less than a month to 16.8 million.” — MarketWatch, April 9, 2020