Corporations

Successfully transition your employees and your company through corporate restructuring.

During times of corporate rightsizing, you want to transition your employees with integrity and consideration while maintaining your company’s reputation. Recruiting pro, Sari Klein, and career coach, Megan Walls, utilize their experience working with companies of all sizes and job seekers in every field, to successfully navigate your employees through their career transition.


WHAT WE BELIEVE:

•    Downsizing doesn’t have to be devastating to your employees or to your company
•    Our mission is to guide both your company and employee through the transitioning process effectively and sensitively
•    Our goal is to maintain your company’s reputation, lessen work disruptions and minimize outplacement costs

WHO WE WORK WITH:

We provide a cost effective, customized career transition program to small and mid-size forward thinking organizations and their employees

WHAT WE OFFER:

Transitioning employees are coached through a job search program, tailored to successfully navigate their career transition 

The proprietary Jump Start program combines the mindset and mechanics of today’s job search and includes:

•    Personalized guidance
•    Professional accountability
•    Jump Start’s unique workbook
•    Recruiter’s knowledge and insight


WHAT OUR PROGRAM DOES:

Our transition program guides your employees through;
 
•    Job loss processing and preparation
•    Identification of skills, strengths and successes
•    Structured job search plan and career goal-setting
•    Development of personal brand
•    Resume update and edits
•    Targeting companies and positions
•    Building and leveraging a network
•    Acing the interview
•    Negotiating the best offer


Jump Start The Job Search can transition your employees with the consideration they deserve.  Contact us for more information.


“The professionalism, care and guidance I received from Megan and Sari was nothing short of outstanding. They helped me craft a path in which I was most comfortable with professionally and personally.”
— Deborah, 2016