The Redundancy Survival Guide: Assess Your Legal Rights, Explore Career Options and Turn Redundancy Into Opportunity

The Redundancy Survival Guide: Assess Your Legal Rights, Explore Career Options and Turn Redundancy Into Opportunity

by RebeccaCorfield (Author), Barry Cushway (Author), Barry Cushway (Author), RebeccaCorfield (Author)

Synopsis

When employees are made redundant they often have no idea about their rights, how to negotiate a severance package or get compensation and how to move on afterwards to a new job. "The Redundancy Survival Guide" will take you through what can often be a traumatic time, with step by step advice on establishing where you stand legally, planning future options, maximising the benefits available, assessing skills and lifestyle options and finding a new job. It will help you to feel reassured and see redundancy as an opportunity and a way of making positive changes to your life.

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Format: Paperback
Pages: 176
Edition: 1
Publisher: Kogan page
Published: 03 Nov 2009

ISBN 10: 0749457619
ISBN 13: 9780749457617
Book Overview: The Redundancy Survival Guide will help people to understand where they stand legally, plan future options, maximise the benefits available, assess skills and lifestyle options and find a new job

Author Bio
Rebecca Corfield is a leading expert in career management, presentation skills and organisational development. A former President of the National Institute of Career Guidance in the UK, she advises individuals and companies on career issues and personal change. Rebecca is in demand as a conference speaker, trainer and coach and her interview advice for students regularly appears on Times Online. Barry Cushway is an independent HR consultant and Personal Advisor to the Institute of Directors.He is also the author of The Employer's Handbook, published by Kogan Page.