Group Sessions

In some instances it is more effective, both in productivity and cost, to hold group sessions, especially if employees are working a notice period. These sessions will help keep morale high during this difficult time. Facilitated by a dedicated Career Consultant, transitioning employees can attend a group session, usually conducted over one or two days. These are customized to meet the needs of the organization and participants so that it is relevant and as beneficial as possible. If this is a working notice period, the sessions are often held on the employer’s premise, but can also be conducted off-site. With a maximum of 15 participants per session, employees will have an opportunity to receive individual attention. In some cases, it is recommended to offer individual meetings, which allow participants to address personal concerns/requirements that were inappropriate to be covered during the group session. Sessions typically consist of the following topics:

  • The Transition Process and Related Emotions
  • Personal Branding
  • Resume Preparation
  • Researching the Market
  • Job Search Strategies and Methods
  • Interview Preparation
  • Negotiating, Accepting or Rejecting Job Offers

Group Sessions

In some instances it is more effective, both in productivity and cost, to hold group sessions, especially if employees are working a notice period. These sessions will help keep morale high during this difficult time. Facilitated by a dedicated Career Consultant, transitioning employees can attend a group session, usually conducted over one or two days. These are customized to meet the needs of the organization and participants so that it is relevant and as beneficial as possible. If this is a working notice period, the sessions are often held on the employer’s premise, but can also be conducted off-site. With a maximum of 15 participants per session, employees will have an opportunity to receive individual attention. In some cases, it is recommended to offer individual meetings, which allow participants to address personal concerns/requirements that were inappropriate to be covered during the group session. Sessions typically consist of the following topics:

  • The Transition Process and Related Emotions
  • Personal Branding
  • Resume Preparation
  • Researching the Market
  • Job Search Strategies and Methods
  • Interview Preparation
  • Negotiating, Accepting or Rejecting Job Offers