outplace

out·place

 (out′plās′)
tr.v. out·placed, out·plac·ing, out·plac·es
To assist a terminated employee find a new job.

outplace

(ˌaʊtˈpleɪs)
vb (tr)
1. (Tennis) tennis to surpass in ball placement
2. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) to find a job for an ex-employee
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We can outplace the barangay captain who's suspected to be involved in illegal activities, especially drug-related ones.
In its intimation of a dialogue with a "quite other" to whom we must respond, Borges's story-poem ironically cautions the reader toward the dangers of encoded knowledge and abstraction that may outplace ethical relations with persons.
Now, the onus is on Google to either completely outplace Firefox in performance (as it once did), or focus on addressing Chrome's own weaknesses.
Nowadays, companies enlist the assistance of coaches or outplace service firms to help retrenched employees start with new jobs, or advise them on distilling their career skills to make it easier to find a new job.
Regardless of their situation, clients want their return on current investments or other assets to outplace the interest paid on a premium-financing loan.
In conjunction with hiring more bright young people, we decided we would be willing to outplace the under-performers sooner.
We will use tireless efforts to outplace the more than 500 men and women of Fort Mill," Kaminski says.
Pointing to the success CBS has had with "CSI" "The District," "Yes, Dear," as well as "Survivor," CBS Television Network's ad sales president Joe Abruzzese says, "I'm confident in our position that we'll outplace the marketplace.
But if the only access to a speaker's performatives is through a compressed and richly metaphorical text, then the performatives' potential meanings quickly outplace calculation.
On the supply side, New York City offices may also have an advantage in attracting associates because of their visibility and ability to outplace associates to other law firms and to corporate clients.
Downsize and outsource when the numbers (shrinking margins and earnings declines) tell you to, says the corporate mentality; be willing to outplace managers, but don't think you have to carry them when they are no longer adding value or carrying their own weight.