If you've just lost your job, e.g. via redundancy as is very common at the moment, it can be very useful to get some help from an external source in order to find another one.
This type of specialist support is often referred to as outplacement or career-transition guidance and is very much a forte of DWHR. Please see a testimonial from a recent project.
Whilst outplacement and career-transition are terms which are often used inter-changeably, here at DWHR we think of them as distinct, but related areas.
We think of our outplacement activities and programmes as more to do with the mechanics of finding another job. These are coaching and practical sessions designed to give you the tools to succeed in your job search and include:
Career-transition takes a broader perspective, and seeks to address issues such as:
Consequently, our career-transition programmes are suitable for people who are not currently in-work. They are also suitable for people who are in-work, but who may be feeling dissatisfied for whatever reason. They seek to answer four major questions:
In practice, people often choose a range of activities from each of these areas - the choice is yours.