Workplaces are evolving. The psychological contract is changing.


So what? Why do we care?

Work should be something which excites and stimulates your employees, but too often people get trapped and stuck in roles they are no longer engaged with. Businesses change, companies merge, organisations innovate. For whatever reason, you can’t offer lifetime job security so you shouldn’t pretend otherwise. People will have to transition and change, yet the outplacement & career transition market has not evolved to help people make more informed and better future career choices. We’ve developed a more personal, practical and inspirational model of transition.


How are we different?

Cost effective

Traditional career transition and outplacement services can cost up to £10,000. With us you can expect to pay an average of £3950. For the service offered, we are the best value.

Creating good joiners and leavers

Being the organisation that helps its employees achieve their best possible future is an incredible attraction offer - as well as being an inspirational transition step when needed.

Practical and socially mobile

‘Go out and network’ is easier for some than others. We’re making it easier for anyone to connect with experts regardless of confidence levels, ethnicity or background.

Innovative & socially responsible

Give as your employees learn. Approximately 35% of our fees support small businesses and charities. Deliver meaningful social responsibility whilst helping your employees transition.


How does it work?

Personal & Supportive


Practical & Informative


Experiential and constructive



“We take the stress out of career transition and outplacement. We take a situation which for most, is scary and difficult and turn it into an opportunity for inspiration and change.”

— Lucy Standing

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“This is such a great risk free way to evaluate how the idea you have is actually going to work. I spent a day in a busy restaurant and made a number of revisions to my business plan after talking in depth about my budgeting”

Antonio Barusco

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Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS)

If we aren’t offering a job for life, then I believe we should be supporting employees with help and guidance towards their next role. If seeing the reality of a different job turns people off and makes them more engaged with us, then so much the better. If their career is best served outside, then why hold them back?

-David Blackburn, Chief People Officer


What else?

Raise money for charity and be a career mentor. It costs nothing to get involved. Offer your employees a chance to help others in a meaningful way. We want you to help us enable social mobility whilst raising money for charity (you can indicate your charity beneficiary). 100% of our mentors rate this as something they find rewarding, engaging and fulfilling. Let’s discuss how this might work in your organisation.