Insala Publishes Outplacement Industry Forecast for 2nd Half of 2009
“Our subject matter experts and consultants mine and analyse pertinent data, as well as conduct
interviews with outplacement industry veterans, HR practitioners, the trade associations, job seekers and the media,” says Phillip Roark, CEO of Insala. “I am impressed with the diversity of services that companies and job seekers are exploring for success. In addition to providing highly valuable one to one services, the industry is exploding with increased efficiencies driven through the use of technology. The demand for new service models, greater customisation of offerings at all levels, interactive and online video content, and web 2.0 networking creates a more rigorous networking marketplace to scourer, and more possibilities for success.”
Highlights of the forecast indicate that the outplacement industry continues to grow, and is viewed as a standard offering in severance packages or as an added value service. Findings indicate that companies plan many more layoffs in the remainder of 2009, workers all over the world fear losing their jobs, and women and people over 50 are most affected by recent layoffs.
Demand for Change
As outplacement has become a necessary cost of business companies are looking for cheaper ways to gain access to the services. Below are some general trends gathered from employers and employees:
• Shorter program lengths
• Virtual programs - decreasing need for physical office space
• Increased use of technology – career transition technology portals
• Employees and companies pushing for support services that are cheaper and tailored to their company and their people.
The complete article, The Outplacement Industry Forecast – 2nd Half 2009, can be viewed at http://www.insala.com/articles/ .
Insala partners with organisations to develop and deliver business strategy solutions and to maximise human capital in today’s competitive and changing social and economic environment. Insala’s powerful outplacement and career services technology solutions are utilised by organisations worldwide. Please visit http://www.employmenttalk.com/ to learn more.
The Insala Solution Suite spans outplacement, mentoring software, succession planning, career development, performance management, leadership development, employee surveys, and mentoring software. Delivering unique solutions through advanced technology, content and consulting services, Insala solutions offer sustainable, measurable value with long-term impact for organisations worldwide. For more information, please visit us at http://www.insala.com/
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