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Six Common Mistakes Executives Make When They Are Fired, Laid Off

24 August, 2017 Posted by Becky Pearce
A termination or a layoff is a rattling experience — to your ego, your pride, and conceivably, your financial security. How you manage this dicey period in your career will determine how successful you will be in landing that next better job. Competition for leadership positions is stiff and candidates must be well prepared if […] Read more»

5 Ways To Be Prepared For Job Loss

29 January, 2016 Posted by John G. Self
Most everyone has a job loss at one time or another in their career.  Or, asked to resign, fired, laid off or restructured out of the organization. It is inevitable.   It is usually not a happy day for the one losing their job. They worry about their mortgage, the monthly bills, their wife, their […] Read more»

Traditional Outplacement: One Candidate’s Experience

22 August, 2014 Posted by John G. Self
Rebecca was devastated.  Losing her job had been a constant thought in the back reaches of her mind given healthcare reform and her hospital’s focus on reducing operating expenses, but she was always reassured by colleagues.  She was a top performer with great performance reviews. But when the unexpected meeting with her boss came, the […] Read more»