In the past six years, planned downsizing has reduced the civilian work force of the U.S. Department of Defense from over 1 million to just under 850,000. By 2001, approximately 119,000 more civilian jobs will be eliminated. The reemployment picture for civilians is not strong, and the economic impact of base closings will also be felt by the surrounding communities.
This book presents creative ideas for civilian outplacement based on or suggested by private-sector experiences. It discusses a number of issues that the Department of Defense must consider in its outplacement efforts, including organizational planning for effective outplacement services, whether or not to customize services for particular types of employees, monitoring outplacement practices to learn what works, and working with local communities in providing both job search and social services.
Table of Contents
|PART I: OUTPLACEMENT RESEARCH AND EXPERTISE||11-56|
|PART II: INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE WITH OUTPLACEMENT||57-86|
|PART III: THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE OUTPLACEMENT TASK||87-96|
|APPENDIX: WORKSHOP AGENDA AND PARTICIPANTS LIST||97-100|
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