outplacer

outplacer

(ˈaʊtˌpleɪsə)
n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) a person who outplaces ex-employees
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As understood by now, the outplacer helps the dismissed employees in managing their psychological state and offers aid and advice relating to job search, thus, smoothening the transition from job loss to re-employment.
It is not only the outplacement services provided but as put forth by Morin and Yorks (1990) the outplacer should be prepared to employ crisis counseling techniques with these clients.