Expert advice on how to cope, post-redundancy opportunities and real-life case studies
Posted 13 May 2013
Franchisee Ian Whitlock is glad to be free of the stress of the corporate world...Click here to read more
Posted 16 Apr 2013
There are things you must sort out straight away to limit the immediate damage and help get you back on your feet ...Click here to read more
Posted 15 Mar 2013
If you’re made redundant, then surely your job will disappear? That’s not always the case now ‘bumping’ has appeared on the redundancy scene...Click here to read more
Posted 15 Feb 2013
If you do, here’s the answers to 17 common questions that could help you get back on your feet sooner than you think...Click here to read more
Posted 18 Jan 2013
Three years down the line and Martin Walshe’s investment in an Ovenclean franchise is paying off The ability to control his own destiny was one of the reasons...Click here to read more
While losing your job can sometimes be only slightly less traumatic than bereavement or marriage break-up, it can provide a welcome window of opportunity for many people. Redundancy advice in this section ranges from real-life case studies of individuals who have started their own businesses after losing their jobs, to expert advice on how a career change following redundancy could lead to a brighter future.
Coping with redundancy
Dealing with redundancy can be difficult. But according to one employment counsellor, a change of career can act as a wake-up call to people who were unhappy in their jobs, but did not have the time or courage for a major rethink. Surviving redundancy has been achieved by many people, who have gone onto be their own boss. You can read about some of these successful entrepreneurs in this section.
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