In response to further looming staff cuts across the UK, online outplacement and re-employment specialist MyWorkSearch is introducing interactive Webinars offering information and support to HR professionals. The first will focus on a key part of the process for those who are managing redundancy action at work communication.
Effective communications during a redundancy programme can significantly reduce the concerns of employees and minimise business risk. They also help to mitigate stress experienced by HR executives. The MyWorkSearch Webinars will outline redundancy communications programmes in three sections: preparation for communication, a step by step guide through communicating redundancies and lessons learnt with examples from case studies.
The new service is part of MyWorkSearch’s commitment to provide comprehensive and tailored re-employment advice through an interactive platform where attendees get to ask their questions to experts in ‘real time’.
Richard Alberg, Founder and CEO of MyWorkSearch, comments: “Making colleagues redundant is an unpleasant and stressful task, which can be very isolating for HR executives. We have therefore provided a programme which gives HR professionals the opportunity to directly connect with our experts during this critical time and feel part of a supportive community.”
Michael Buchan, Content Director at MyWorkSearch who will host the communication during redundancy Webinars says, “During tough times the focus of sympathy and support is quite rightly focused at those being made redundant. However managers and remaining employees are also part of the redundancy process. Our Webinars are there to tap into our extensive HR expertise and offer practical advice to help ease the strain on managers.”
The next ‘Redundancy Communication: Getting it Right for Everyone’ Webinar will take place on the 10th of November from 2pm – 3pm.
Recruitment expert Michael Buchan will remain online after the Webinar is over to answer any other questions.
Go to www.myworksearch.co.uk to register.