RiseSmart’s Network of Global Solutions (RiNGS) enables multinational employers to provide support to transitioning employees through a single point of contact.
RiseSmart, the leading provider of contemporary career transition services, announced the launch of RiNGS—RiseSmart’s Network of Global Solutions. RiNGS will extend RiseSmart services by leveraging the global expertise and reach of Randstad, RiseSmart’s parent company and one of the largest HR services companies in the world. The global network and community of outplacement providers have representation in 70 countries.
As part of its commitment and focus on global expansion, RiseSmart has appointed Senior Vice President of Finance and Operations, Dan Davenport, to the position of executive vice president of global operations. Davenport will continue to oversee RiseSmart’s delivery organization while continuing to be the driving force behind RiseSmart’s rapid global expansion and growth.
RiNGS is a network of outplacement solution delivery providers around the world that combines RiseSmart and Randstad capabilities with hand-picked local outplacement firms that are closely aligned with RiseSmart’s methodology.
With offices throughout the U.S., Canada and India, RiseSmart has achieved success with its proprietary outplacement model, securing job-landing rates 60 percent faster than national averages. The addition of RiNGS extends RiseSmart’s career transition services to more than 70 countries. RiseSmart plans to continue its global expansion throughout 2017 and beyond.
“Combining the power of Randstad’s worldwide locations and RiseSmart’s Network of Global Solutions, we now represent one of the world’s largest networks of career transition providers,” said Sanjay Sathé, RiseSmart President and CEO. “The program significantly expands our reach, and enhances the value we can provide to companies with global workforces.”
The RiNGS program (http://www.risesmart.com/outplacement/our-global-reach) offers global organizations the convenience of providing career transition to their distributed global workforce through a single point of contact. Transitioning employees receive the support they need—in their local language—with in-country expertise in the local job market.