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Outplacement Services by Seniors4Hire®


Employers, give your ex-employees 50 and older the option of working with an organization that tailors services to their unique needs. Seniors4Hire® Outplacement Services provides one-on-one comprehensive virtual coaching that gives them a great way to get going quickly and lasts until they land a new position.

Since 2003 we’ve assisted jobseekers 50 and older land jobs through We are industry experts knowledgeable about the latest job search and workplace trends. We treat each affected employee that signs on with the utmost respect and empathy while delivering strategies that positively impact their job search.

Regardless of the underlying causes, getting laid off is a traumatic experience, and getting laid off as an older worker can be particularly daunting. There are more barriers to reemployment for older job seekers as they face both high rates of job loss and longer durations of unemployment. 

We provide empathy, motivation, and focus on next steps.

Our 6-Step Process:

Step 1: Individual Assessment-- Get Ready for the Next Step

Step 2: One-on-One Dedication and Buy-in for Plan of Action

Step 3: Personal Branding

Step 4: Search for a New Position—It takes Work to Find Work

Step 5: Interview Preparation and Role Play

Step 6: Job Placement Assistance

The most effective outplacement services are founded on coaching from a professional. Founder, Renée Ward is the expert leading this service. It’s been her passion for more than 20 years.

Seniors4Hire® Outplacement Services are offered on a flat fee per person basis and lasts until the affected person is reemployed.

Contact us to learn more.

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