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The Business Case for Outplacement Services

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Is there really a good business case for providing outplacement services?

The fact is that poorly managed layoffs cost firms enormous profits.

With every dispersed employee there are direct and indirect costs:

  • ​State Unemployment Taxes

  • Potential Legal and Litigation Expenses

  • Increased Retained Workforce Turnover

  • ​Brand Reputation Costs

Join us as we discuss:

What exactly are outplacement services and what's the benefit?

How might a company DIY?

How do we reasonably calculate the tangible and intangible costs and variables?

Anisa Aven

As Founder and Chief Executive Officer of TurnKey Coaching & Development Solutions, Anisa's responsible for the business growth and strategy for the organization. She also serves a handful of clients specifically related to C-Suite level Executive Coaching focused on Strategic Thinking, Strategic Planning, Strategic Growth Strategies, and Leadership Team Alignment.

Mauri Schwartz, MBA

For 19+ years, Mauri has been retained by employers as an outplacement specialist and by individual clients to teach employees self-promotional skills essential to advancement in their careers: resume development, interview prep, search strategy, effective use of social media, networking, and compensation. As a talent acquisition specialist, Mauri has an impressive track record of finding the proverbial needle in the haystack!

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