• Responding to Redundancy

    With continuing changes to both the domestic and international economies, the impact is mirrored in the changing face of the workforce.  There are many redundancies in the workforce, some voluntary but most of them not.  This is happening across all areas of employment, both blue collar and white collar.  

    The impact on the employee and his or her family can be devastating and finding re-employment is a major challenge.  This document outlines some of the steps to take when the employment that you have relied on suddenly disappears.  Of course it could be your choice to leave your job and if that is the case, and you need another job, this paper will be just as relevant to you.

    • Redundancy

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    I'd love you to stay in touch.  I send out a newsletter on a fortnightly basis, with details of recent blogs and interviews, plus any snippets or tips that I think might interest you.  When you fill in the form to receive your copy of the Responding to Redundancy report, I'll also send you regular updates.

    Before you leave the site (and after you have submitted the form), check out the Resources section under the Programs tab.  You will find some free resources that might be of interest to you.  I will keep adding ore resources to this list.

    I'm always happy to get any feedback about the newsletters or information that you receive.  I think we can all learn from each other.

    Dorothy Shorne

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