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Courageous Redundancy Mindset Webinar

Redundancy can be tough, so the right mindset can help you push on. Our free webinar on 14th December gives you some ideas how to develop it. Register now via Eventbrite https://www.eventbrite.com/e/courageous-redundancy-mindset-tickets-40714186227

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“Third of Organisations Consider Redundancy”

Despite the recovering jobs market, it still looks shaky. The Aon Hewitt 2013 Salary Increase Survey – Winter Update shows that many organisations expect redundancies . Indeed, that expectation is higher in the UK than anywhere in the EU apart … Continue reading

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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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Managing Stress – Possible Redundancy

According to the CIPD/SimplyHealth survey on Absence Management, stress is now the most common cause of sickness absence in the UK (and this does not count other mental health issues). On one level, pressure is what gets us out of … 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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