In recent months, a global pandemic has forced even the world’s largest brands to make difficult decisions like large layoffs. Following a reduction in force, detrimental impacts on the employees who are still employed can lead to a decline in productivity, morale, and even stock prices. 

After layoffs, here's how to take care of the employees who stay

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Learn more in this guide about how layoffs impact existing employees, including:

How a decrease in morale can lead to more sick days, posing serious financial ramifications

Why cost savings from layoffs are often negated by related turnover

How ethical outplacement increases morale by transitioning workers into careers with economic mobility

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Discover more in the guide about how ethical outplacement can minimize the negative impact of layoffs on existing employees.

“Much of the American dream is unlocked with access to quality education, which can be transformational. Guild gives corporations the unique opportunity to provide this access to their employees, while increasing talent retention and delivering value to the enterprise.”

Ken Chenault, Former CEO of American Express and Guild Board Member

Most importantly, this guide also outlines how an outplacement solution demonstrates an employer’s care for employees — thus protecting a brand from many of the financial costs of downsizing.

"When we surveyed our employees, education support was one of the top three things they asked for. The barriers to achieving their education goals were time, money, and support. Guild delivers on all of these needs through access to online classes, financial aid guidance, tuition assistance, and a personal counselor to support each student in real time.”

Learn more in this guide about how layoffs impact existing employees, including:

After layoffs, here's how to take care of the employees who stay

In recent months, a global pandemic has forced even the world’s largest brands to make difficult decisions like large layoffs. Following a reduction in force, detrimental impacts on the employees who are still employed can lead to a decline in productivity, morale, and even stock prices.

Discover more in the guide about how ethical outplacement can minimize the negative impact of layoffs on existing employees.