The British Council's new strategy, which sought to increase cultural relations, called for significant organisational transformation. While some roles would disappear, a variety of new job roles would be created. Due to the uncertainty surrounding employee's jobs, and recognising the importance of strong employee engagement, the British Council knew that its people would be in particular need of career management support during this time. FIND OUT MORE.
Private Sector Outplacement:
During a recent restructuring, Arup, a global firm of consulting engineers, designers, planners and project managers, made 140 of its London staff positions redundant. In order to take care of its departing staff, Arup joined forces with Cepec Career Management to provide its outgoing employees with the highest quality outplacement services. FIND OUT MORE.
Public Sector Outplacement:
The British Council, employing more than 7000 people in more than 110 countries, is the UK’s international organisation for cultural relations and educational opportunities. In 2009, a strategy was launched to double the impact of its cultural relations activities, many initiatives engaging external partners rather than limiting the Council to its own resources. FIND OUT MORE.