Career and Retirement Transition Services
The more quickly employees have new opportunities, the less risk employers face of unemployment and other claims. The key is to provide the tools individuals will need to be successful in moving their career forward.
Employees who are not transitioned can be equally as affected as those who are. By providing services to employees leaving the company, you can maintain and even improve staff morale. Employees feel less guilty and less angry when co-workers are getting the services they need.
As your company maintains an open culture of communication about retirement, you will reduce the number of abrupt retirements and departures. This promotes effective succession planning, including the proper exchange of intellectual property, institutional knowledge, and historical information. The more effectively retiring employees can let go of the job and help their replacement get up to speed, the less impact their departure will have on the team, the department, and the organization. Employers Council provides the tools future retirees need to be successful in moving to a new phase in life.
By providing this service, an employer signals that they wish to maintain a positive relationship with a departing employee. Not only does this create goodwill, but it also functions as a bridge, as your company might require a pool of experienced individuals to call on for a specific project or as consultants.
By providing services to affected employees, your organization is viewed positively in the business community. Employers Council can help your organization continue to be viewed as an employer of choice, and your ability to attract and retain new talent will remain intact.
Career and Retirement Transitions Services
- Career Transitions Hourly Coaching
- Career Transitions Group Coaching
- Retirement Transitions Hourly Coaching
- Retirement Transitions Group Coaching
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