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outplacement in Conditions of employment topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishoutplacementout‧place‧ment /ˈaʊtˌpleɪsmənt/ noun [countable, uncountable]  BECa service that a company provides to help its workers find new jobs when it cannot continue to employ them
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outplacementOutplacement services are increasing their role, with three-quarters of firms now incorporating outplacement services in severance packages.You are being forced to change career due to unemployment, downsizing, ill health, outplacement / redundancy.One especially effective initiative was a decision of the recruitment and training staff to turn themselves into an in house outplacement centre.At one time he had specialized in outplacement counseling; now he was in the business of helping organizations deal with change.Christmas, the international outplacement firm.Everyone will, as per standing Union agreements, receive outplacement counselling, redundancy payments.In my redundancy / outplacement counselling experience, these are the key things I have found that help.