MPS Outplacement, Career Guidance and Support in Change Situations

We support organizations and individuals to succeed in new situations. We combine our labour market knowledge with humane change support and encourage individuals to develop in their careers.

MPS serves the organisation and the individual, helping them to succeed in challenging career transitions. MPS has developed the Career Path programme to support people in outplacement and career guidance. The Career Path combines digital coaching (eCareer Path) with flexible consulting, either individually or in groups. For change situations in an organisation, we offer coaching for senior executives and managers, ensuring the wellbeing of the personnel and competitiveness of the organisation.

From our wide range of services we can tailor the programmes that best meet our customers’ needs. The programmes combine personal coaching with on-line solutions. Our career service team consists of experienced experts in career guidance and recruitment.

Outplacement Programs

MPS’s career services are aimed at employees who are leaving the company or considering their own career. The most important objective of outplacement is to support the person’s change process and to find a new, suitable position, training or other career opportunity for the individual as quickly as possible.

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Supervisors & Staff Support

In reduction situations we offer our customers support in carrying through the change process in the organisation with the help of various change management coachings. In the coaching sessions the supervisors learn to handle discussions with respect and professionally and to support their own teams during the change.

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Outplacement Obligation

According to the Finnish Government's change security law, organizations are obligated to provide outplacement training for their dismissed employees. The law entered into force on January 1, 2017, and it brings changes to companies employing more than 30 people. What does this mean for organizations?

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