As individuals we are becoming increasingly familiar with what it means to be socially responsible during the COVID-19 pandemic. However, the definition of a socially responsible organization, especially in these uncertain times, is still evolving.

 

Many organizations have done an outstanding job of not only supporting the consumers of their products and services in times of crisis but have also supported their employee base, by offering:

 

  • unique work mobility programs
  • alternative work arrangements
  • employee assistance programs
  • plus, other tools to support the health and well-being of their people

But what if an organization must say goodbye to talent given economic pressures? Will they continue to demonstrate the same level of support and empathy? Will they provide transitioning employees with the tools and support required to find their next job?

 

While some companies believe that providing transition support services in the form of coaching and tools is “the right thing to do,” others provide it because they know that how they treat people will have lasting implications on their employer brand and goodwill.
 

Download the report to learn how your organization can take a socially responsible approach to outplacement. 

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