Category Archives: Redundancy

‘Applying for everything and anything’

From the Today programme today, Nathaniel talks about being made redundant.

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Redundancy – Take Any Job?

If you have been made redundant, should you just take any job? Or should you keep looking until the right job turns up? It is often a temptation to take the first available job, whether it builds your career or … Continue reading

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Redundancy – When the Axe Falls

Those of us who have been through redundancy react in different ways – shock, anger, resignation, disbelief. In some ways it has been compared to the grieving process, and the fact that it is expected does not necessarily make it … Continue reading

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Redundancy Rights

An interesting article on redundancy rights in the Telegraph. We take no responsibility for the content of external sites. Please ensure that you take specific legal advice on your own situation.

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