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Coping With Job Layoff

Coping With Job Layoff

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Written by Robert Shindell   
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Coping With Job Layoff
Try Not to Panic
Don't Spread Rumors
Don't Burn Bridges
Don't Lose Control
Drive Carefully
Talk to your Spouse or Family Members
Have an Ongoing Strategy
Prepare Yourself For the Job Search
Ask for Help
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2. Don't spread rumors.

Maybe you've been hearing rumors that there was going to be a layoff and everyone in your department has to leave next week. If you haven't received your official layoff notice, don't buy into the rumors and don't repeat what you hear. The fact is, you don't know what's happening with your individual position until your employer tells you directly what's happening. You may be one of the people they need to stay until the business closes or reorganizes, so... (go to next page):

 



 

 
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