Like it or not, every company has a brand. In the traditional marketing sense, a brand is what differentiates one good, product or service from another. A name, design and reputation all shape a brand’s image and the public’s understanding of the value proposition. Similarly, employer brand is...
Career Transition Solutions for Employers and Employees
Seamless transitions create positive experiences for departing employees and organizations alike, minimizing disruption in momentum and retaining employer brand integrity. Most organizations need career transition support at some point. KBRS is Atlantic Canada’s leader in career transition planning and implementation, and a part of Canada’s largest career transition provider Lee Hecht Harrison Knightsbridge, with 300 offices in 60 countries.
As a fully integrated human capital firm, we give an edge to individuals in career transition. We prepare and match people with best-fit opportunities using best in-class consulting, assessment and technology. We adapt our resources to fit the need of our clients.
If you are an individual in Career Transition, please visit this link for more information on how we can support your transition into your ideal opportunity.
Here's what our Career Transition clients are saying about us:
“We’ve partnered with KBRS on career transition services for many years. We’ve been pleased with their responsiveness and approach. They are committed to supporting our employees through their individual transition periods, which has been invaluable for our employees. KBRS is a capable team that repeatedly delivers on respect and confidentiality.”
- Alison Stultz, Vice-President, People | Atlantic Lottery Corporation
“I was treated with the utmost respect and professionalism. From the initial phone calls to the first consultation, it was about understanding my needs... The career transition process was a huge success. Not just because I was able to change industries into a new position, but because of the tools my consultant provided.”
- Transition Client, Nova Scotia
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