By Jean Baur
Because the economic system struggles and full sectors wither, hundreds of thousands of individuals are out of labor. Even those that nonetheless have jobs are looking forward to the awl to fall.
Eliminated! Now What? teaches humans tips to view their activity loss as a chance, instead of a crippling hindrance. It explains what to do within the first days following a layoff, the right way to discuss unemployment with others, and which activities and concepts can help readers retain a favorable attitude.
Author, Jean Baur, dispels myths and lies linked to activity looking and offers case experiences of genuine those that completed good fortune after wasting their jobs. She equips readers with motion steps to beat stumbling blocks and teaches them the way to be resilient in any economic system irrespective of their age or experience.
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Some days she never left the building. Despite this selfless work ethic, she lost her job but couldn’t understand why. After all she had done, how could they have let her go? And yes, she knew that her company didn’t get a key account, but she still saw herself as an essential part of the team that would turn things around. In her mind, the company couldn’t function without her. In other words, she believed that she was indispensable. In our first few meetings I could see that she didn’t trust me and that she thought it was highly questionable to even try to create a space between herself and her previous employer.
You sit back down at the computer with your second cup of coffee, and panic wells up inside you. You are going to die—right now, hands limp on the keyboard, head collapsed on an unwanted copy of your resume. Here’s where courage comes in. You clearly can’t stay in this unproductive phase. So first recognize that your world has been turned upside down and you are like a child learning to walk. Accept that you’ll be more effective if you get guidance to help you learn new skills. This is where a career counselor and other resources come in.
Sarah had a finance and operations background. She was smart and a real go-getter. I suspect that she had learned early on in school how to be successful. But she wasn’t one of those people who could skip class and get an A on an exam. She worked. She was methodical. When I met her she had been with a pharmaceutical company for 12 years. She’d been promoted and expected to continue moving up in the company. She had her MBA. She surprised me by reading every chapter in the manual we give our clients, taking every class, and filling out all the worksheets and exercises.