We specialise in talent development, coaching and tailor-made outplacement solutions
Sometimes, during change and transformation, there is the process of letting some people go. This can be positive for both the organisation and the individual if managed with heart.
Outplacement: supporting employees
COVID-19 is providing an entirely new challenge to the workplace. Unlike more organic recessions of the past, the virus has affected most of the economy simultaneously. This sudden global crisis means that the corresponding recovery will also be unlike anything we’ve ever collectively experienced. This requires a new, more flexible approach to workplace standards, cost-cutting, and possible redundancy.
Our clients in the financial services industry are facing a period of unprecedented change. Our clients also recognise the critical importance of ensuring the sustainability of their performance and reputation.
How can we help?
Humans need to be listened to. When social plans and redundancies are put in place, our clients need a trusted partner who is independent, understands the marketplace, understands the industry, and manages the outplacement activity.
We understand that employees who are hopeful have a much better chance of finding a new job than those who feel discouraged or undervalued.
fts global has been at the heart of the financial services industry for over 20 years. We specialise in talent development, coaching and mentoring, and we provide tailor-made outplacement pathways for every participant, based on their specific needs.
“Working in Asset Management, you need to make sure that you build cohesive teams with a clear purpose"
GLOBAL CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER
Building a successful and life-long career in the recruitment industry has taught me, above all other things, to put the candidate's needs above all priorities.
Recognising the benefits of putting people first, not only is it commercially prudent for organisations in the long term, but I also believe we have a moral obligation to support those whose lives have been impacted.