Expert Witness #2

This is the second in a series of two documents. The first was a cover letter to a sponsoring attorney. This is the outline of the talk I planned to give in Houston. Because I live in Denver, I specifically mentioned my Houston revenues. 

It was especially important to get the announcement out early in order to fill the room. "Inplacement" means moving an employee into a better fitting job inside the organization. "Outplacement" means supporting an employee while they find a job outside the current company.

 Win More Cases Using a Career Consultant as an Expert Witness

Learn how an experienced career consultant can be your strategic partner to prevent lawsuits and win court cases.  Mr. Frank will explain how he became an expert witness, highlighting his relationship with lawyers, and describing three lawyers he has helped to change jobs.  He'll outline 12 serious mistakes his corporate clients have made during terminations and outplacement.  He'll discuss his current work, inplacement and executive coaching, which is highly proactive.  Through inplacement and coaching, he helps problem employees to clean up their acts and re-position themselves inside their companies, or else leave quietly to find work elsewhere. 

Mr. Frank has a strong track record of getting angry employees to sign releases and leave without "kicking and screaming."  As an expert witness, Mr. Frank will explain how he evaluates a plaintiff's job search according to 25 criteria.  "On a scale of 1 to 100, the plaintiff often scores below 5%," he says.  Mr. Frank will end his talk by giving you sample questions to ask during depositions to get the information you need to win more cases.

William S. Frank, M.A., is founder and President of CareerLab, a branch of Lincolnshire International, the sixth largest corporate sponsored outplacement firm in the U.S.  Lincolnshire International has offices in twenty five cities in the U.S. and Europe.  Since 1978, Mr. Frank has been a career and human resources consultant to the employees, managers, and senior executives of more than 150 major U.S. corporations, including AT&T, Coors, Honeywell, Kaiser-Permanente, Schlumberger, Sears Roebuck & Company, and TRW. 

He has delivered more than $1,000,000 in consulting services to Houston companies, and most of his individual clients are in the $100,000 to $850,000 salary range.  His book, "200 Letters For Job Hunters," has sold more than 50,000 copies.  Mr. Frank is a partner in the Career Center on America Online, which is visited by more than 1,000,000 subscribers each month.  Mr. Frank served three terms on the board of directors for the Colorado Human Resource Association, and he earned an M.A. in liberal arts from Colorado State University.

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