'Job Step's' for
Steps' Outplacement Support services are designed specifically for those organisations going through
restructuring, role disestablishment or redundancies. The aim is to support our
client’s values of being a
caring, professional and socially responsible workplace by helping their
employees take positive steps to moving on. We help the employee
manage the often-difficult transition out of their current job and into new
One21 provides a job counselling and CV writing service and assists employees with preparation
for finding a new job or applying for other roles within the organisation,
identifying professional development or study options or following whatever path
they choose to take next.
One includes a productive session resulting in the employee having something
tangible in the form of a CV to take away from the experience. Step Two provides ongoing support, coaching and tools to apply for jobs.
ONE - CAREER AND CV CONSULTATION
- 1-2 hour employee
consultation and job counselling session
- Identify skills,
strengths and areas for development
- Go over past work history and complete a job analysis of
roles, responsibilities and achievements in the workplace
- Establish objectives and create a profile summary with key
- Updating CV using current style and formatting
- Discuss job search
methods and job application tips
- CV and Cover Letter template provided in MS Word/email format
TWO- JOB APPLICATION SUPPORT
- Behavioral profiling to establish strengths and work types
- Look at future
career or study options
- Check out job vacancies and
- Identify key requirements
in Position Descriptions
- Job specific or generalized
- 1-2 hour one to one coaching session
- Interview preparation,
questions and techniques
Providing Better Employment Solutions with One21 'Job Steps'
One21 works on behalf of businesses running Exit Interviews for employees that are leaving their company, or have completed a significant project. Our consultants run professional, unbiased, objective, fair and positive Exit Interviews, which give the employee the opportunity to be heard. We can eliminate the issues associated with internal interviews, where it can often become personal and biased and the employee doesn’t feel comfortable sharing their feedback with their employer or is concerned about repercussions.
The purpose of this interview is to gather feedback in order to improve aspects of the organization, better retain employees, and reduce turnover.
The consultant completes a questionnaire and will ask why the employee is leaving, what specifically influenced their decision to leave, what could have kept them there, whether or not they are going to another company and what that company offers that their current company does not. We will find out what they valued while at the organization and what aspects they may feel need improvement in order to increase employee engagement, performance, and loyalty.
Businesses can use this information to better align their HR strategy with what employees look for in an organization and enact better practices in regards to training, support etc. The information gained from an exit interview can be used to assess what should be improved, changed, or remain intact. An organization can use the results from exit interviews to increase productivity and engagement, and reduce the high costs associated with staff turnover.
Some examples of the value of conducting exit interviews include shortening the recruiting and hiring process, reducing absenteeism, improving innovation, sustaining performance, and reducing possible litigation if issues mentioned in the exit interview are addressed.
Contact Kirsty Morrison at One21 to confidentially discuss what options are best for your situation.
One21 - HR and Recruitment Outsourcer
Ph: 021 355 179
"Kia Ora Kirsty. Thank you very much for all your help with my CV and Job Step's. I have read it and am very pleased with the outcome. I also enjoyed meeting with you. You certainly made the task of preparing my CV and job hunting a lot less daunting and for that I thank you very much. I came away feeling very positive." K Murray