Donation to Help 1,000 People Get Back to Work
The Covid-19 pandemic has resulted in thousands of job temporary and permanent losses in every region of the country. Harmonics, Ireland’s leading Outplacement business has responded by donating to 1,000 people, access to their online career transition platform – Harmonics Career Centre™.
Thousands of impacted individuals and industries have no access to professional job transition search support and this donation is to assist those most vulnerable when they need it now.
The Harmonics Career Centre™ offers each person who registers an instant CV Builder, an Interview Simulator to perfect virtual interviews, Career Assessments and hundreds of free video and e-learning resources. This virtual career centre supports every phase of being best prepared to get back to work fast. To learn more about the platform, visit this link: https://www.harmonics.ie/online-career-centre-access/
“We understand that COVID-19 has created mass job insecurity in Ireland and across the globe. Given the current crisis in the economy, we at Harmonics want to play our part for those who have unexpectedly found themselves having to start a job search but haven’t been offered formal outplacement support to conduct a job search. With unemployment set to hit 18% from a low of below 5% just one month ago, our hope is to support individuals and industries most impacted during this unprecedented time,” adds John Fitzgerald Founder and MD of Harmonics.
If you are an SME employer, you can also reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for coordination of names and phone numbers of your impacted employees.
Harmonics with offices in Limerick, Dublin and Cork specialise in future proofing individuals and Organisations across 4 pillars: Organisation Design, Recruitment, Career Management and Outplacement. For more info visit www.harmonics.ie
For further media information, please contact Majella Murphy, Harmonics, 087-4551004