Being made redundant can be an upsetting experience, but being prepared can help to soften the blow. Here are some tips and advice to help you get through redundancy and take the next step in your career.
First things first
There are some important things to do and information to collect from your employer before you your job comes to an end:
Post-redundancy life support
Redundancy can come as a nasty shock. But however unwelcome it may be, redundancy doesn’t have to be a completely negative experience. Many people use it as an opportunity for positive change in their lives and careers. The most important thing is to ensure that you react to your situation in the most positive way possible, and part of this process is to ensure that you do certain things and don’t do others!