Wright State human resources will offer coaching for displaced employees, according to the school. The department’s goal is to provide laid off employees guidance that aligns with their career paths and interests.
The university will host a career fair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on June 27 for employees whose jobs are eliminated. The career fair will take place at 2455 Presidential Drive.
Human resources will match employees with local companies and higher education employers in need of workers with certain experience, according to the school.
WSU will waive some tuition for impacted employees and immediate dependents for two years following their separation date from the university. WSU Human Resources will also provide counseling, resume reviews, interviewing critiques and skills assessment to laid off employees, according to the school.
Employees losing their jobs will be able to use work time to seek other job opportunities. WSU will provide free career management sessions for impacted employees with Lee Hecht Harrison, a career transition and outplacement firm.
Human resources is also offering regular services to all WSU employees during the transition, including free counseling, workplace and personal development sessions through the IMPACT Solutions Faculty and Staff Assistance Program and Tai Chi, meditation and self-regulation and relaxation techniques with Employee Wellness, according to the school.
WSU workshops on resilience, change management, team building and coaching can be requested through a dean or vice president’s office, according to the school.
Questions or concerns?
Wright State employees with questions are asked to call the school’s human resources offices at 937-775-2120 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org