Why Laid Off Employees Should Ask About Outplacement

Companies in various industries have been forced to lay off employees, and more companies will have to do the same soon. While outplacement services can't stop them from letting you go, it can help you get back on your feet.


"If you have been let go, even temporarily, you should be requesting outplacement."

Here's what outplacement is, why anyone in danger of being laid off should push for it, and what you should do if you've already been laid off.

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