BE THE EMPLOYER OF CHOICE 

Company mergers and digital transformation are rapidly changing the nature of work.  These changes often causing staff retrenchments, a major life event for Employees and one that needs to be handled sensitively and compassionately.

Retrenchment negatively impacts all aspects of a person's life - family, friends, finances and confidence.  Although Outplacement Support services are usually provided to Employees as part of their redundancy package HOW to conduct Outplacement in the best interests of Employees, often presents a challenge. 

Our programs are customised and inclusive.  There is no one-size-fits all.  The best Outplacement Support services  are those that meet the needs of both the Employee and the Employer. 

Support services that empower ALL STAKEHOLDERS throughout the redundancy process  are the ones that provide the best ROI. 


A well-planned, transparent Outplacement offers a compelling ROI as it relates to Employer brand preservation.  It demonstrates clearly, the company values their Employees' contribution.


Outplacement support helps morale, reinforces retention, motivation and commitment to ongoing productivity by remaining staff, who after witnessing the downsizing, would feel demotivated and insecure.


It's easy today, for Employees who feel forgotten, to become disgruntled open to writing negative reviews on social media platforms such as LinkedIn, Glassdoor, Facebook and Indeed, damaging the company‚Äôs reputation and future recruitment prospects.   

A strong Employer brand is critical to attracting the best talent in the market.  Research indicates 75% of candidates would only accept a job with a company that has positive reviews. 


Compassionate Outplacement helps elevate the company's position as an Employer of Choice, fostering positive relationships inside and outside the company, to create an Alumni of supportive current and past Employees. 


Best Practice Outplacement actions on Notification Day needs experienced professionals onsite.

This is a highly visible role.  It often falls to the HR Manager, to carry out the unenviable but important task of delivering the news, and then supporting Employees who, even if the news is anticipated, will experience a wide range of emotions.

Some retrenched Employees will be very concerned about their futures, their ability to find a new job, their self esteem and may still be experiencing an attachment to their now, former organisation.  Others will view the news as an opportunity to reskill, move forward and change careers.

Onsite Outplacement support on Notification Day plays an important role.  It can help manage all these feelings and assure Employees, past and current, there are measures in place to help everyone affected to move forward swiftly and successfully.