Do you know how to benchmark your competitors and peers when it comes to your company’s severance plans? And once you know where you stand, do you know what to do with that information to ensure organizational success during a time of workforce restructuring?
Knowing where your company stands will help you establish a standard of pay that allows you to maximize the relationships you maintain with impacted workers while minimizing costs to your business.
Consider this webcast, featuring Ann Weiser, former CHRO with Activision Blizzard and US Foods, your map for navigating the rocky terrain surrounding a layoff. You will gain insights into:
Why and how you must benchmark your peers and competitors to establish severance policies
Ways to strategically plan your severance and outplacement
How to maintain relationships with impacted employees (and future brand ambassadors) during a workforce restructuring
We will also give you a sneak peek at the data from our recent Study on Severance and Workforce Transition and give you the opportunity to start implementing the findings ahead of your competitors and peers!
To gain advance access to the full Guide to Severance and Workforce Transition when it is released later this year (as well as enter into a drawing for a free iPad mini), you can participate in the Study by visiting: severancestudy.risesmart.com.
Join us on Wednesday, June 4th at 3:00 pm ET for your chance to get a bird’s-eye view of the severance landscape for 2014 and beyond.
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