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Top Tips for Coping With Redundancy

In my previous podcast, , I started to tell you about what happened to me when I found out that I may be made redundant. In this podcast, I will share with you how I coped with my redundancy, and what I found to be the best sources of help and advice

  1. Join your union.
  2. Consider all your options. Don’t discount options just because they terrify you. They might just end up being the right ones.
  3. Do your research on all your possible options. Contact me by visiting http://amandaheal.com.au, to discuss career research.
  4. Seek financial advice from an expert in tax and superannuation. State Plus is an excellent source of unbiased advice on superannuation, see http://www.stateplus.com.au
  5. Find mechanisms to cope in the office. The Employee Assistance Program provides free counselling, which can help a great deal in coping with the emotional response to what is happening. see http://www.employeeassistanceprogramme.com.au
  6. Make the most of what you are entitled to. Look closely at your workplace agreement, as there may be provisions referring to other assistance your employer will provide you with when facing redundancy, such as retraining, and career counselling.
  7. This may not be a bad thing after all. This is your chance, so make the most of it!

are you facing redundancy or job loss? Visit http://amandaheal.com.au to contact me, and let’s talk about it.

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Coping with redundancy And Job Loss

When the Commonwealth Public Service job cuts started in late 2013, I used to laugh when people would ask me if I was worried about redundancy. “of course not,” I would say, “the government will always need legislative drafters. And besides, I’m blind, a woman., and a union delegate. They wouldn’t dare!” I couldn’t have been more wrong.

In this podcast, I will share what happened to me and how it felt.
If you are facing redundancy or job loss, visit http://amandaheal.com.au to contact me, and let’s talk about it.

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How I dealt with being bullied at work

Bullying at work is defined as

“repeated, unreasonable behaviours, where the behaviours create a risk to health and safety”.

Bullying can include such behaviours as:

    • Abusive, insulting, or offensive language;
    • unjustified criticism or complaints; and
  • setting unreasonable timelines or constantly changing deadlines.

http://beyondbullying.com.au

Have you ever been bullied at work or anywhere else? Are you stuck in a job where you don’t feel appreciated? What are you going to do about it?

Contact me, and let’s talk about it.

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What do you need?

After working with an awesome coach, Regina green http://makingfaithmoves.com, I’ve realised that I’m not just a career transition coach. I do more than that. I inspire, encourage and empower people to find what they’d love to do and gain the courage to do it, whether that be in their career or any other area of life.

 

I want to add value to you with these podcasts. So, please go to my home page http://amandaheal.com.au, locate this blog post, and comment, letting me know the following:

  • What do you need to be inspired for?
  • What do you want to be encouraged about? and
  • What do you need to be empowered to do?