iHire has introduced a new service for aiding the organizations in helping their employees who were laid-off due to the economic crisis in finding new jobs. The hrtech news community notes the timing of this feature, as it comes during the period when the number of unemployed workers in the U.S. is climbing the upward ladder.
The Virtual Outplacement Services of the firm combine the career-management platform of the company with job-seeker support that is personalized. The company is positioning this outplacement service as a solution that is compassionate and affordable. Apart from helping companies with the layoff aspects, iHire also has the goal of assisting client organizations while they transition through acquisitions, mergers, and other scenarios that might result in displaced employees.
The new services of the company deliver assistance in writing resumes, one-on-one coaching, providing them with a personalized plan for job search, and giving them access to the job matching solution of iHire.
Steve Flook, the CEO and President at iHire gave a statement saying that the company has spent the last 20 years working closely and tightly with individuals who have been seeking jobs at every stage of their career, which makes this new outplacement services solution a natural fit to the product suite of the company.
When the company announced the Virtual Outplacement Services, it especially emphasized the fact that the actual value of delivering this solution lies in treating the workforce of the company well during these unprecedented times which will translate into helping companies with their employer branding.
This offering is expected to support the employers and employees in combating layoff related challenges.
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