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Facing Redundancy? - Have you thought about downshifting?

Downshifting-life after redundancy "I lost my job.  But I am pretty sure it is around here some-where"

More and more - we are helping clients who are either facing redundancy or who have been made redundant.

Redundancy can be a devastating experience - but it doesn't have to be. Being made redundant may feel like the end of the world, but it needn't be.  It can be a unique opportunity to do something completely different or to do something that you have always wanted to do.

If redundancy has come out of the blue there may be a sense of shock, there may well be panic and fear.  If you have been made redundant it is important to start looking to the future rather than to the past as soon as possible.  As with any loss there will be a practical and emotional impact to be faced.  Some people find that redundancy gives them the push, incentive and courage to embark upon a really exciting change of direction in their lives.  Even if you were not looking for a change you do now have the chance to examine what your priorities are and what you can do to make sure that you are in the best position to secure a future that fits you. 

It is also important to use the time you have now to do some of the things you have been putting off!

We specialise in working with people who have been made redundant to try and ensure that what ever comes after redundancy is just as fulfilling and enjoyable as what went before, and provides a better, if different, quality of life.

Look upon redundancy as an opportunity not a disaster.

If you are thinking about using your redundancy as a springboard to do something different, then we can help.  Click here for further in formation.



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