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5 Key Considerations to Navigate Change with Care

  • June 18, 2024

With uncertainty on the horizon, many business leaders are feeling the strain of increased cost of doing business and rapid change. As companies look for ways to save on cost, many are undergoing reductions in force (RIF). Outplacement programs offer practical and wellbeing support to employees facing redundancy to help them transition to their next career opportunity. While outplacement is undoubtedly the right thing to do for your people, it’s also key for maintaining employer brand, minimizing risk, and reducing cost associated with layoffs and RIFs.  As outplacement experts, we're sharing 5 critical considerations as you prepare for a layoff, RIF, or reorganization. Click on the guide below to read more.



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