The devastation of being made redundant can leave you freewheeling emotionally for months – even years. It’s very natural for people facing redundancy, regardless of whether it was expected or not, to go through a process of grief similar to bereavement.
In his book, Winning Through Redundancy, Steve Preston describes the five main impacts.
1. Shock, denial and anger – why me?
2. Fear of the unknown – will I get another job, and can I survive financially?
3. Loss of confidence and self-esteem – do I have any value?
4. Loss of self-control – now the...
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