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ICC October 19, 2021 0 Comments

By: Shawna Simcik Right now, there is a significantly heightened focus on employee experience, as recently reported by Willis Towers Watson. Their survey says that 92% of organizations will prioritize employee experience enhancements over the next three years.

ICC April 27, 2020 0 Comments

  Communicating a Layoff: 3 Steps for Making the Conversation More Compassionate By: Shawna Simcik Layoffs unfortunately are all too common in today’s turbulent economic time. In many cases, the announcements are being made so quickly that

ICC April 21, 2020 0 Comments

  When Layoffs Abound, COMPASSION is critical By: Shawna Simcik Shawna Simcik, MA, CMP is genuinely passionate about utilizing innovative resources and market knowledge to drive organizational, career and individual excellence. As a founding partner at ICC

ICC May 20, 2019 0 Comments

  Conducting [More] Compassionate Layoffs By: Meredith Masse When faced with conducting layoffs, the best companies to work for do everything in their power to help those being let go. In fact, they go beyond the standard

ICC November 26, 2018 0 Comments

  "Compassionate Outplacement: Back to Basics" By: Meredith Masse Letting employees go is undoubtedly one of the toughest parts of any leader’s role, not to mention that it’s painful for the employees as well as their surviving

ICC January 9, 2017 0 Comments

By: Meredith Masse Has your organization recently conducted a reduction in force or is it planning layoffs in the coming weeks? This is possibly the toughest part of any leader’s job, and our hearts sincerely go out to

ICC September 26, 2016 0 Comments

By: Jill Thompson Being in a job search can be a long and winding road. It can be overwhelming to think about how to start the process. Thoughts that might be going through your mind are this: How

ICC August 16, 2016 0 Comments

By: Meredith Masse Impending layoffs in 3rd or 4th quarter? Shopping for an outplacement provider that aligns with your company's values and culture is critical to maintaining the employment brand you've worked so diligently to create and promote.