I have been busy working on my new website beatredundancyblues.com and when it’s finished I hope it will be an invaluable resource for you to use daily.
Redundancy can be one of the most traumatic times in your life but it can also be, as I discovered, one of the most rewarding. If I hadn’t been made redundant for a second time, during one of the worst economic times, I would not have set up quirkybooks.net or my new redundancy website. It is through my experience that I have been able to uncover important skills, gain a productive insight into the world of employment and become a more organised and positive person.
To go with the launch of my new Blog beatredundancyblues.wordpress.com you will soon be able to visit its’ invaluable website beatredundancyblues.com
The website will provide:
- Access to job sites
- Interview advice
- Contact details for counselling organisations
- Help in looking after your personal wellbeing
- Time management skills
I know it has been some time since we last had a catch up but I wanted you to know I am currently working many hours composing a brand new website. – beatredundancyblues.com
This website has been specifically designed for people who have been, or who are going to be, made redundant.
It is also for people who are currently:
- Looking to change jobs
There will be information on :
- Job Sites to visit
- Counselling services
- Interview advice
- Organisation and time management
- Motivation techniques
- And so much more
With over 14 years retail experience, over 7 of which have been in Management roles, I have been made redundant twice and successfully worked my way back up the ladder.
When it comes to employment and recruitment, I have seen both sides, I know what to look out for, how to target a C.V and Cover letter
that stands out from the crowd and what are big interview no no’s.
All this and more, will be at beatredundancyblues.com, COMING SOON.
I am sure you will agree it will be well worth the wait.