Current Trends and Future of Outplacement is the Focus at New Live, Online Roundtable Series

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Leading Outplacement Experts Highlight Current Trends and Future of Outplacement During Live, Online Events Sponsored by Insala and Association of Career Firms

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Insala, the leading outplacement solutions software provider, in partnership with the Association of Career Firms (ACF), presents the first in a series of online, live roundtable discussions "Current Trends and the Future of the Outplacement Industry" featuring an expert panel of outplacement industry leaders. To reserve your free place at this live event, held on October 19th at 11:00 a.m. ET, visit https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/370331568.

"This particular group of subject matter experts is geared up to discuss and debate the most timely of wide-ranging topics influencing the global outplacement industry," says Phillip C. Roark, event host and chief executive officer of Insala. "The depth of knowledge and insight among this group will create a lively discussion, and we are excited to share their perspective through this series of live events."

Hosted by Roark and Christine De Cock, director of career solutions at Insala, the panel of experts will discuss their views on:

  •     Major shifts in the landscape of outplacement. Will there be further consolidation, and how does that impact outplacement professionals, their businesses and customers?
  •     Increasing numbers of competitive offerings to traditional one-to-one service. Is the industry impacted by game-changing technologies, services and newcomers or not?
  •     The impact of the global economic challenges on outplacement services. Are companies still buying? If so, what are they getting for their money?
  •     With the changing demographic of job seekers, how does outplacement support their specific needs?
  •     What role does outplacement play in the global unemployment crisis?

Included in the panel of six industry leaders are Bill Crigger, president, ACF North America, managing partner, OI Partners and president, Compass Career Management Solutions in Charlotte, North Carolina; China Gorman, chief executive officer, CMG Group and member, Advisory Board, Risesmart in Las Vegas, Nevada; Rudolph Dew, executive vice president, TTG Consultants of California and Arizona; Herbert Mühlenhoff, founder, owner, managing director, Mühlenhoff Group Germany, Austria and Switzerland; Steve Ford, chair, Board of Directors, OI Partners and chief executive officer, Fitzgerald, Stevens & Ford of Greater Boston; and Rob Saam, senior vice president, Career Transition Practice Leader, LHH in Greater Milwaukee.

Contact us today for more information on the live series or to learn more about Insala's outplacement technology solutions, visit http://www.employmenttalk.com or http://www.insala.com.

About Insala
Insala is a leading global provider of Web-based software and custom advisory and implementation services for organizations implementing career transition, mentoring solutions and talent development initiatives. Insala's career transition solutions are used by outplacement firms, recruitment firms, corporations, job boards/career centers, and universities. Insala solutions power people and the organizations that employ them.

About Association of Career Firms
The Association of Career Firms (ACF) exists to promote best practice amongst its membership in the areas of outplacement, career management, human resource consulting, executive coaching, leadership development, succession planning, workforce deployment, assessment and related activities. The ACF provides a forum for members to share ideas and knowledge, which benefit their clients and contribute to building and enhancing the reputation and quality of the career management industry.

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