Whether you were warned or not, a layoff can deeply affect you emotionally. There are a myriad of tasks set before you after a layoff. You must update your resume, find ways to cut back expenses and re-figure your budget. We have a book, “Surviving a Layoff”; we give out her in our office that covers many aspects of the aftermath, including emotional distress. Today’s link is primarily focused on the emotional distress of a layoff and how to successfully recover.
Have you ever heard of the saying, “pick yourself up by your bootstraps”? That’s what you’ve got to do. A layoff isn’t the end of the world, there are new horizons to explore and there may be more to you than even you were aware of. Keep your eyes open and your nose to the grindstone and you’re bound to see all sorts of opportunities. We are here at Dillon Job Service waiting to give you encouragement along with other services to assist you in finding your new employment.
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