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Taking care of the people you let go

Wednesday, 3 June 2020
| 11:00 to 12:00
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How to take care of the people you let go

In this current turbulent environment, businesses of all sizes are having to either furlough staff, or ultimately make them redundant. This webinar will help you prepare for whatever the future holds, whether you’re the CEO, Head of HR, or you currently manage team members you know will be affected.

The brutal impact of COVID-19 is that Business Leaders are facing the emotionally draining task of making valued employees redundant. The challenge is three-pronged. How can you do this in a way that helps the individual, looks after your current employees, and protects your employer brand?


Boomerang employees

An ineptly handled redundancy process creates an enormous amount of ill-will. Former and current employees are left feeling confused, hurt, fearful and angry. They’ll speak negatively about your company and damage your brand. A well-executed outplacement programme, however, will result in engaged, supported and empowered employees, who’ll be happy to work for you again should the opportunity arise.


Offering a fresh perspective…

Handled with empathy and thought, the opportunity exists to not only reduce the stress around redundancy but to energise and support the people you retain.

This informative webinar will advise you on how to approach your own outplacement programme with vital tips on how to:

  • Build a resilient outplacement strategy – before you need to make redundancies 

  • Protect your employer brand   
  • Support your entire workforce and improve mental health   
  • Beware the power of social media   
  • Take a bespoke approach 
  • Value your alumni 
  • Make sure you maintain team morale
 
When: Wednesday 3 June, 11am-12pm