43 Outplacement Firms

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  • Allen and Associates – Outplacement and executive marketing firm offering employment and career services to individuals.
  • Avenir Career Consulting – provides outplacement, redundancy administration and career counselling services to businesses based in the East Midlands, UK.
  • Bakos Group – Assists job seekers, employers, recruiters, headhunters, search and retainer firms, and employment agencies with the employment and outplacement process.
  • The Barrett Group – Provides employment and career transition assistance to clients through an international network.
  • Berkeley Research – Outplacement for the high-tech community.
  • Bourin Conseil – Provides coaching, outplacement, and assessment services for company managers and leaders. Includes references, team information, and guarantees. Paris, France.
  • BPI Management und Personalberatung – A Frankfurt, Germany based management consulting group focusing on the improvement of performance for individuals and organizations through career consulting services.
  • Cambridge Staffing – Provides outplacement assistance to companies.
  • Camden Consulting Group – Assists individuals and organizations achieve their career goals through customized executive development and leadership coaching processes for executives, key performers, and management teams.
  • Career Coach Institute – Virtual career coach training and certification.
  • The Career Control Group – Provides national and international career transition and management services to employers.
  • Career Transitions, LLC – Provides corporate clients outplacement and career transition assistance including web-based services and executive recruiting services.
  • CareerSoar – Provides outplacement services and human resources consulting.
  • Cenera – Provides career management, transition and coaching services. Located in Calgary, Alberta.
  • Challenger, Gray, and Christmas – Provides nationwide executive outplacement services.
  • ChangeRangers – Toronto, ON based organization. Provides career direction and resources for individuals to achieve their career goals.
  • The Connect Programme – Outplacement and career transition services, combining face-to-face consultant support with online content and advice.
  • David Werner International Corporation – Provides confidential career marketing, outplacement and executive marketing services for top-level executives wishing to make a career transition.
  • Drake Inglesi Milardo Human Resource Consultants – Specializing in outplacement and career transition services, candidate assessments, and corporate surveys.
  • Dunning Unlimited, Inc. – Learning, career, and performance consultancy. Assists corporations and ultimately individuals to manage career transitions.
  • EmploymentTalk.com – Provides outplacement and career transition organizations a continuously improved, private label, Internet business service solution.
  • Essex Partners for Executives – Provides executive outplacement services to top level executives.
  • Garth Toombs & Associates Inc. – Provides career management, outplacement services, and organizational effectiveness programs in Alberta.
  • Global Career Management – Career management and outplacement services organization based in several Colorado cities.
  • Grant Associates – Providing services to individuals, support is offered through a program that coordinates job search activities. Individuals receive assistance through career-assessment analysis, market research, personal career network and an employment search campaign.
  • Hughes Consulting Group – Provides outplacement, career transition and human resources consulting, coaching, training and assessment services to organizations and individuals.
  • The Human Resource Store – A Chicago-based human resources firm providing recruiting, training, outplacement, and consulting services to employers.
  • Hunt Associates – Provide career development, executive coaching, strategic human resource management, EAP, and career transition/outplacement services corporate and individual clients.
  • Insala – An organization that provides outplacement technology consulting for career transition with our product called EmploymentTalk
  • J. M. Wanes & Associates – A full-service career coaching and career transition firm specializing in job search strategies and executive career transition coaching retreats. Services are aimed primarily at the $100k-and-up senior executive.
  • Job Doctors International – Provides outplacement and job search solutions using the new paradigm of Jobpreneurship™, which is how insiders get jobs using business best practices.
  • Keystone Associates – Provides traditional outplacement services to organizations seeking assistance for affected employees.
  • Keystone Partners – Keystone Partners’ provides solutions tailored to meet clients’ career-management needs, including: career transition and assessment; senior executive career transition; and leadership development for executives and their management teams.
  • Lassiter Consulting – Provides corporations and executives assistance in planning and career management.
  • The McGuire Group – Provides outplacement, career transition services, and executive coaching to corporations.
  • Mobility Centres – Works with employees to discover job opportunities in other parts of an organization as well as provides redundancy reduction assistance.
  • Moore & Associates, Inc. – A Northwest US based outplacement provider assists companies in planning layoffs and managing downsizing and restructuring projects.
  • OI Partners, Inc. – A career consulting partnership offering a range of career transition and management service nationally and internationally.
  • Outplacing – Outplacing.com provides your employees with both online and personalized outplacement services to increase their success in finding a new career.
  • PartnerJob.com – A non-profit association set up by international companies to offer mobile employee’s spouse or partner opportunities to maintain or develop careers in his or her new location.
  • PlaceNet – Outplacement services designed to help displaced employees find jobs.
  • Redundancy Help UK – Assists companies communicate with staff in times of lay-off and downsizing.
  • Torchiana Mastrov and Sapiro – Provides individual and group outplacement, executive career coaching and career development programs from offices in San Francisco, Santa Clara and Danville, California, United States. Services also feature hiring and selection and growth through training and coaching.
  • Transition Solutions Executive Outplacement Services – Executive and professional outplacement, career assessment tools and job development services for assistance in career transitions. Boston-based with national affiliates.
  • The Transition Team – Delivering outplacement and restructuring programs featuring resources and services designed to assist decision makers evaluating issues concerning the selection of an outplacement provider.

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  1. Ron McManmon

    Does anyone out there know how much revenue the “Outplacement” industry produces annually? Or of a site that breaks down the Human Capital Industry revenue verticals???


  2. derek filkins

    I have some information about this, the information is old and most likely not accurate in todays market. I would be interested in talking with you further about the topic


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  4. Courtney Pike

    Great list!

    Now which firm should you use? Deciding to deliver outplacement is the easy step. Choosing an outplacement firm is a little more complex. Here are a few tips for choosing a firm:

    •CREDENTIALS. It’s important that your employees in transition work with qualified and accomplished consultants who posses advanced degrees as well as experience in human resources, counseling, and business. It’s a huge plus if the company is recognized in the media as a trusted career source and if the company has a solid foundation in the human resources industry.

    •SERVICES. This is the hallmark of the outplacement package. Find out if the firm offers individual services or group workshops. Of course, the more hands-on and the more one-on-one services, the better. Making a career transition is a difficult and complex process, and each person needs a specific and individualized plan. Shy away from firms who seem to offer a cookie-cutter approach.

    •FLEXIBILITY. Discover if all employees must go into an office to complete the services, or if they have the option of conducting some consultations remotely. Look for firms with less overhead and bureaucracy that can customize packages to best fit the needs of your company and your impacted employees.

    •RESULTS. Obviously, you want your departing employees to have a positive experience, to be engaged, and to be placed quickly. Ask for the company’s engagement rates and customer satisfaction statistics to find our more about their results and success stories.

    •COST. Some outplacement firms charge by time period no matter how many services are used. Firms priced by service usually deliver more value for your employees. There are even some firms that only charge for services rendered which usually reaps the highest ROI.

    While considering these themes, ask your prospects the following questions to help you pinpoint which outplacement company is the right fit. Here are a few questions you can ask:

    1. What are the credentials of the consultants who will work with our employees? Do you specialize in a certain field or industry?

    2. How much one-on-one work do our employees receive?

    3. Do you write the resumes for our employees? What does the career coaching service entail?

    4. Do our employees work with the same consultant throughout the process? How many candidates does each of your consultants work with?

    5. Do you give our departing employees advice on how to use online job boards and social media networks in the job search?

    6. What is the cost? How does the payment process work? Do you base your prices on the services or a time period?

    7. Are you able to accommodate people anywhere in the country? Do our employees have to visit a physical location to use the outplacement services, or can they conduct consultations over the phone?

    8. What is the engagement rate of past clients?

    9. What makes you different than other outplacement firms?

    10.Why would my company and my employees be happy we chose you as our outplacement firm?

    Finally, your conversations and experience with the outplacement firm during the fact-finding stage should give you clues on which company is right for you. No matter how big or small your company is, you should receive amazing customer service, diligent responses, and stellar follow through.

    Best of luck!