If you have been made redundant or you’re in the process of being made redundant - I’ve got you covered. Getting made redundant may come as a shock. I’ve had many clients phoning to say ‘I was made redundant... what now?
REDUNDANCIES... while they can feel either like a shocking shot of out the blue or the end of an ever narrowing road, are a fact of life. Today I'm talking about practical steps you can take to bounce forward when it happens to you.
YouGov Pol says 49% of people feel proud to tell people what they do for work, how do you cope when it’s gone?
Oddly enough, even if you didn’t love your job - it’s can still be a shock to lose it. This is completely normal.
I've got 5 really practical tips that will help you cope with redundancy.
The first practical thing is to simply recognise you’ll likely go through the seven stages of grief. They’re stages we more readily assume are related to the death of a loved on. But with many of my clients, it’s the been the same for their job.
Find out about the other 4 tips to deal with redundancy, by clicking the video link below. This video will explain how to deal with redundancy, dealing with redundancy emotionally and what to do after redundancy.
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Suzanne Doyle-Morris, Author, Speaker & Gender Balance Expert for 25+ years.
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