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avoiding layoffs and cutting expenses
with rapid redeployment

A #SmartTalkHR webinar with Jeanne Schad

SmartTalkHR On-Demand Webinar

Many organizations know that letting go of people has downstream consequences to employer brand, employee morale and productivity, innovation and the ability to be agile and competitive once the economy recovers.

Yet, with the magnitude and length of the current pandemic-induced recession unknown, many organizations may feel they have no choice but to lay off a percentage of their workforce. Rapid redeployment is a tool that employers can add to their repertoire – one that can actually be less expensive than outplacement, allow companies to retain tribal knowledge, and enhance agility and competitiveness, especially once the economy rebounds.

Join Randstad RiseSmart’s Jeanne Schad, talent solutions & strategy practice leader, as she explores the value of rapid redeployment as an important option for employers to consider as part of their workforce toolkit. You’ll learn:

    • how companies are changing their approach to layoffs
    • how rapid redeployment can reduce company costs
    • why current internal redeployment initiatives may fall short for today’s needs
    • the tools and resources needed to successfully redeploy employees
    • why now is the right time to promote a culture of ‘stretching’ and continuous learning

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Jeanne Schad, Talent Solutions and Strategy Practice Lead, Randstad RiseSmart

Jeanne is a strategic leader who helps organizations retain top talent through career development solutions, as well as build strong employer brands and engaging cultures. An ICF-certified coach, she has held various roles in coaching, leadership development and career development over the past 16 years. In 2014, the California Diversity Council named Jeanne as one of the most influential and powerful women in the state.

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