I still remember how I felt when my manager pulled me into a meeting to let me know that our whole team was being made redundant.
My heart dropped, I had just moved into a new city with my then 6 year old daughter and the only thing I could think of was 'what am I going to do'. Fortunately I was lucky enough to be working for a great company and my manager did everything he could to help me find a new opportunity.
If you are working for a company or an organisation that is currently going through a restructure or you are being made redundant the most important piece of advice I can give you is to not take anything personally. This article has some other great tips to handle redundancy, have a read and feel free to comment on your thoughts.
Being made redundant is never a good feeling. Your job plays a huge part in your life and your home, lifestyle and family depend on your income. This being said it’s only natural that facing redundancy can cause stress and worry, while also knocking your confidence. But stop, take a breath and keep calm because it’s time for you to evaluate what’s next. Follow our 10 tips below and you will be able to bounce back in no time.