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Career Star Group Welcome South African Outplacement Provider; The Human Capital Group

  • News
  • 18 December 2019

Career Star Group announced their new member representing South Africa and neighbouring countries. The Human Capital Group join Career Star Group’s world leading alliance of outplacement and career transition providers.


London, UK – Dec 18th 2019 – Career Star Group is pleased to welcome The Human Capital Group head-quartered in Johannesburg, South Africa to its global alliance of high quality, result-focused and leaders of local excellence, outplacement and career transition specialists. The Human Capital Group, founded in 2003, comprises of an extremely talented group of organisational improvement specialists. Their focus is on tailored solutions and results, as well as providing support to HR teams and employees throughout the outplacement process.

‘‘We’re extremely pleased to welcome The Human Capital Group to Career Star Group. They strengthen our presence and offerings in the emerging South African market, which is extremely important to our multinational customers’’, said Cetti Galante, Chair of Career Star Group, ‘‘To join Career Star Group, organisations must undergo an extensive vetting process whereby they must demonstrate their excellence in a number of key areas. This ensures our members continue to provide our customers and clients with the high-quality level of services to which we adhere. The Human Capital Group has a wealth of experience, excellent delivery and a great understanding of their local market. They have worked on multiple global projects, and importantly, they possess the passion for providing outstanding outplacement and career transition services and for continuous development.’’

‘‘Joining Career Star Group is a step-change for The Human Capital Group’’ said Brain Wasmuth, founding partner and MD for The Human Capital Group, ‘‘We are proud to be part of this prestigious global alliance and very much look forward to learning and sharing with our new colleagues from across the globe. Outplacement is an important part of an organisations offering to its employees. In a world where the very concept of work and the relationship between employer and employee is evolving, organisations must place more importance on the support employees receive, especially when exiting companies. Joining Career Star Group demonstrates the importance of outplacement services globally.’’

Brian Wasmuth established The Human Capital Group in 2003 and specialises in outplacement and career transition, search, coaching and more. Brian and his team are welcomed to Career Star Group.

About Career Star GroupCareer Star Group is a global alliance of the world’s leading career transition and outplacement providers. Career Star Group provides multinational companies with access to the best career transition service providers regardless of where workforce changes occur. Find out more at

About The Human Capital GroupThe Human Capital Group is based in Johannesburg, servicing all of South Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa. The Human Capital Group is a leadership and management development consulting company, offering solutions to commerce and industry since 2003.  They are led by a team of highly qualified and experienced executives, most of whom have functioned at C suite level during corporate careers. Their aggregate experience base in a wide array of disciplines spans in excess of 100 years.



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