Companies

creating a positive exit experience

Offboarding employees are your best ambassadors in the market – if you release fair, sustainable and appreciative

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exit culture

Releasing employees and executives are common business and a strategic and economic necessity to survive in the market. While companies spend millions on recruiting and developing, exiting is often understood as a mere “off-boarding process” – the “what” is above the “how”: it’s about getting rid of the employee quickly, not about understanding the process of leaving the company as an integral part of a holistic “Employee Life Cycle”, a shared journey.

An employees exit is the moment of truth in which corporate values experience the ultimate credibility test and the most emotional and uncertain phase in the relationship between the company and its employees. Anyone who executes here in a fair, successful and appreciative manner and succeeds in turning the exit into a positive experience for the employee generates image ambassadors who pay off in the long term for recruiting young talent and high potentials.

Anyone who speaks positively about your company, even if he had to leave it, strengthens your brand reputation!

Every change frightens the happy one
Where there is no hope for profit, there is threat of loss.
(Friedrich von Schiller)

Brand reputation

An employees exit is the moment of truth in which corporate values experience the ultimate credibility test and the most emotional and uncertain phase in the relationship between the company and its employees.
 
Anyone who executes here in a fair, successful and appreciative manner and succeeds in turning the exit into a positive experience for the employee generates image ambassadors who pay off in the long term for recruiting young talent and high potentials.
 
Anyone who speaks positively about your company, even if he had to leave it, strengthens your brand reputation!

When you come out of the storm, you won’t be the same person who walked in. That’s what this storm’s all about.

(Haruki Murakami)

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