Outplacement services and career coaching Australia-wide
Outplacement you can trust.
Expert career advice.
Resumes that get results.
Is your company restructuring? Outplacement can help your people transition quickly and confidently from redundancy.
Want a new job or to progress in your current role? Talk to our career coaches or resume writers about how to get results, fast.
With consultants in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Perth and Adelaide, we support individuals and organisations across Australia.
Call 1300 911 131 to find out more.
Helping companies and individuals
Why choose Glide?
Client reviews and testimonials
I would recommend Glide to anyone seeking to improve themselves and to prepare themselves for their next career challenge.
Stuart Mackay, Training Specialist
I want to thank you for your coaching and friendship during my transition period after redundancy. Your expertise and guidance, all the way through from unemployment to being able to get a new position, was fantastic.
James, Account Manager
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Tools and resources
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- Making people redundant will never be an easy or enjoyable process, but with a bit of forward planning and care it can at least be handled correctly and be as painless …
- It is commonly believed that non-compete clauses cannot be enforced as they run contrary to the public policy of providing a sufficient and trained labour force (see Section 106 of …