Outplacement is a new beginning.

Live Corporate Responsibility!

For years, there has been a lot of buzz about “corporate responsibility” in the United States.  You see the term bandied about everywhere today.  Many organizations are now going beyond the merely legal to reach new heights as truly caring employers and members of their community.

Many companies are now offering employees exiting their your organization involuntarily, whether due to corporate downsizing, a business sale or closing, or termination for cause, corporate outplacement assistance.  These companies are NOT required to do this in most cases; they do it because they want help others when it really counts.

Helping people in career transition with outplacement service assistance is a very meaningful, caring act; but it is also a great business move.  Often the reduction in unemployment payments alone more than pays for the full cost of outplacement services provided.  There are, of course, many, many other positive benefits from providing outplacement services to those exiting your organization – better morale for those remaining with your organization, less potential disturbance to customer relationships, reduced legal exposure, fewer distractions and the full knowledge that you’ve just done something to tangibly help another human being.

Whether you have a need for outplacement services for one executive, an hourly administrative person or your whole business, you have an opportunity to truly help others and demonstrate real corporate responsibility by offering outplacement servicea to your employees.

Outplacement Company Net operates all across the United States.  We invite you to call us or email us today to see how we can help and how truly affordable our services are for your organization.

Dallas 972.391.7220

Chicago 312.880.7741

Central Illinois 309.664.7741

Contactus@outplacementcompany.net

Outplacement services as part of the organizational design process.

Employee Retention is Better than Recruiting 2019

Employee retention is THE key to organizational success today. While a solid overall talent management strategy will include improved recruiting processes, employee recognition, employee training, supervisory training, outplacement services and many other activities, real talent growth starts when a company implements effective employee retention processes.

Many people stress over the tight labor market … and it IS tight.

If you spend a bit more time focusing on how to make the work experience in your organization so welcoming and fulfilling that folks won’t consider leaving you, you will get several big benefits – employee retention and improved production, quality, attendance, creativity, etc.

There are lots of ways to improve your employee retention. It’s time to really to Walk A Mile In Your Employee’s Shoes. A good retention plan starts with a good design – everything from how you recruit, onboarding, train, supervise to how you provide outplacement services for those no longer needed.

Start today … better employee retention is less expensive and stressful than the alternative … you won’t regret it!!!!

PS Employee retention really is neither difficult, nor expensive. To improve your employee retention results all you need is focus and commitment. Once you understand that employee retention has as much value as shipping and receiving, for example, and act accordingly on a daily basis, you will be surprised at how quickly things can turn around. Having said that, there are no “quick fixes” in employee retention – while you will see fast improvements initially in your efforts, unless you truly commit to doing those things that help your employees know that you think THEY are important, you’ll find your long-term employee retention results disappointing.

I recommend that you start your employee retention improvement efforts by doing a “reward audit”. You need to ask your employees how they feel recognized and rewarded for doing their jobs. Most companies are shocked by the paucity of answers they get back. This is where to start … good luck!

Rick Galbreath

309.664.7741

www.outplacementcompany.net

Please also visit our sister site at www.performtogrow.com

#business #leadership #management #leaders #talent #HR #humanresources #retention #walkamile #employeeretention #talentmanagement #outplacement #careertransition #workforcemanagement #RIF #downsizing

Tips for Creating an Engaging Resume.

A good resume represents who you are to a prospective employer. A well craftedresume can be very helpful in your search for “the” job.  A bad resume, on the other hand, can hurt your job search efforts.

Guide to a Stronger Resume.

  • Optimize Your Resume for the ‘Scan’.No matter how impressive your accomplishments might be, if your resume doesn’t have a well-thought format, it can fail the ‘scan’ test. Your resume is rarely read from start to finish by the hiring manager. Generally, hiring managers only have time to take a brief look at the format of what you’ve written. If your resume looks clunky, managers will often not invest time to look deeper; they just go to the next resume.

    Make sure you are using an attractive, easy to figure out and read format for your resume. Leave complex designs, fancy fonts and pictures for another time.  Here are some ideas:

    • Use bullet points to highlight important achievements or responsibilities.
    • Reduce the use of underlying and italics, as these only make your resume harder to read.
    • Use wider margins and plenty of white space to ensure hiring managers can easily read and recognize important information on your resume.
  • Use Proper Spelling, Grammar and Punctuation.

    The use of good spelling, proper punctuation and grammar sends a message that you are careful in your work, that you sweat the details and can follow guidelines. With grammar and spelling checking on most popular word processing software programs today (Word, Google Docs, etc.), there is no reason to have mistakes on your resume. Unfortunately, one missed comma or misspelled word can easily result in you being disqualified for a good job.

A Word About Outplacementcompany.net

Outplacementcompany.net provides corporate outplacement services to organizations located in Chicago, Illinois, downstate Illinois, Dallas, Texas, Indianapolis, Indiana and throughout the rest of the continental United States.  Outplacementcompany.net differs itself our competition because of our unwavering dedication those in career transition.  We recognize that what we do impacts human beings lives and act accordingly.  We are here to help!

contactus@outplacementcompany.net

972.391.7220 (Dallas)
312.880.7741 (Chicago)
309.664.7741 (Central Illinois)

Outplacementcompany.net is a division of Performance Growth Partners Inc. Please see our websites at performtogrow.com or outplacementcompany.net.