CAREER TRANSITION SUPPORT FOR EMPLOYERS
Catalyst for Employers: Career Skills and Transition Support helping your employees adapt to change, (re)define their personal brand, and advance their career.
Benefits to Employers
Empower Employees in Transition
Support & Reward Loyal Employee Service
Reduce Unemployment & Separation Expenses
Enhance Goodwill & Company Culture
Benefits to Employees
Transition to New Roles More Quickly
Receive Timely Search Support and Professional Coaching
Improve Networking & Interviewing Effectiveness
More Confidence, Creativity, & Optimism
What will CATALYST do for your employees?
Comprehensive Experience Review
What will your employees get?
Interview Preparation / Feedback
Social Network Makeover
Elevator Pitch & "About You" Statements
Customized Networking Cards
People are company’s #1 asset . But sometimes, reorganizations, staff reductions, or layoffs are necessary in order for businesses to keep pace with competition, regulation, or changing market conditions. In these times, separating employees may need immediate career support to help them make an effective transition. Managers and staff must adapt to new ways of doing business while making sense of the impact that the changes have on their colleagues and themselves.
CATALYST is a personalized and unique feedback experience that provides employees with the insights, tools, and confidence needed to make an effective career transition. We help professionals evaluate new career opportunities, develop and build their ‘Brand’, and achieve their career and personal growth objectives. CATALYST is a Career Wellness Benefit that demonstrates an unconditional commitment to overall employee well-being.
of employers believe that providing outplacement improves staff morale, motivation and productivity
believe that outplacement consulting and career transition services improve the organizations' image, both internally and externally
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