Are The Office Rumours Suggesting Redundancies?
Long before the actual day that redundancies occur there are usually clear signals that something is not as it should be. You may have heard rumours. You may have seen people coming to meetings for no clearly stated reason. It may just be that your instincts are working well and you sense something is wrong. On the other hand, HR may have told you to expect a reorganisation of the business…and doesn't that set the cat amongst the pigeons!! Once people are unsettled and feeling insecure you start to see the real character of those you are working with, and yourself too.
Whatever has made you feel concerned that redundancies may be coming now is the time to act.
1. Know your redundancy entitlements
Fairwork Australia – www.fairwork.gov.au – offers wonderful information about your entitlements if your job is made redundant. They also have great information to help you determine if you have been unfairly dismissed.
2. Prepare Yourself For Redundancy
It is a shock to find that your job is redundant and your services are no longer required. There are several things you can do, but panicking is not one of them! The better prepared you are the less you will be impacted by this situation and the faster you can move on to the next phase of your working life.
I invite you to read this article Facing Redundancy: 8 Things To Do If You Think Your Job Might Be Made Redundant
3. Career Counselling, Career Coaching and Outplacement Services
Clarity Career Management offers Career Counselling, Career Coaching and Outplacement Services and can be contacted on 1300 851821. These services often be negotiated as part of your redundancy package and will make a huge difference to your confidence as you make decisions about your future, as well as to the strategies that you will use to get your next job.