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David was in education for 21 years before redundancy. After getting over the initial fear and uncertainty, he found his new calling, and it was quite unexpected.
Katherine was a financial analyst in Canary Wharf. After being made redundant she didn’t let the circumstances get her down and chose to follow her dreams instead.
coping with stress after redundancy.
Redundancy is not an easy ride and having your job taken away can affect you on a number of levels. These tips will help you get back on track.
re-energise your career after redundancy.
Redundancy can understandably feel like a setback. But there are ways to use the pause in your career as a chance to re-energise your professional life.
returning to work after redundancy Q and A.
Adrian Leatherhead, was a company director before he was made redundant. Now, in a new position of head of business development, he tells his story.
back to work after redundancy tips.
Just like the many other people who have survived, and who have gone on to find stimulating and satisfying new careers, you’ll find a new lease of life too.
find your dream role now.
did you know.
- 104,000 people were made redundant last quarter (April - June 2019).
- Employees under notice of redundancy have the right to reasonable time off to look for a new job or arrange training.
- Employees can try out an alternative role for four weeks without giving up their right to redundancy pay.