Making it Easier for Companies to Do More with Less for 25 Years
Every successful company faces periods where staff reductions are the only available option when facing shifts in strategy, economic uncertainty, and changing customer demands.
For 25 years, Total Management Solutions has been a trusted partner for mid-size companies and Fortune 1000 companies during challenging times by providing turnkey support layoffs, severance, and reductions in force.
Utilizing unique strategies like Supplemental Unemployment Benefit (“SUB-Pay”) Plan development and administration, Total Management Solutions helps clients amend current severance plans, save millions of dollars in severance costs, reduce the workload and stress on corporate HR and payroll departments, and provide their displaced employees with full support services from their client support center.
Providing Successful Strategies for Managing Layoffs
Total Management Solutions utilizes a structured methodology for guiding our clients in developing and implementing their SUB-Pay Plan, typically within 3-4 weeks, including identifying unique state filing requirements and monitoring state regulations and applicable laws to ensure that the SUB-Pay Plan not only meets the goals and objectives set forth by the client, but is compliant in the states and US territories where the plan must be active.
Supporting You with a Dedicated, Compassionate Team of Professionals
Total Management Solutions provides a dedicated client services team for every client with support services available to the separated employees who have any questions about their transition benefit plan. This dedicated Total Management Solutions Client Services team is staffed with experienced professionals who know first-hand what separated employees are experiencing during reductions-in-force. We help ensure that the separated employee population is cared for and treated with the utmost respect, understanding and compassion.
We’re proud of our proven track record, providing more of what companies want during reductions in force – effectiveness, efficiency, and empathy; and less of what they don’t – hassles, costs, and risks.