With all the job losses going on around the country, there’s plenty of advice as to what you should do if you’re made redundant. But no-one seems to be thinking about what you shouldn’t do, so here are 7 things that you really shouldn’t do if you’re made redundant.
Update 25th June 2009 – Corus are cutting another 2,000 jobs across the U.K. – more details can be found on the BBC website. The following information relates to an annoucement of redundancies from January 2009. Corus are likely to announce a 10% cut in its U.K. workforce tomorrow morning (Monday 26th), meaning 2,500 jobs […]
Following on from yesterday’s announcement of 2,100 job losses worldwide, of which it now appears that 500 will be in the U.K., Barclays has announced another 2,100 job cuts, this time in its retail and commercial banking divisions, all of which will be from the U.K..
More bad news on the job front today, as Nissan has announced it is getting rid of 1,200 jobs from its Sunderland factory, and Zavvi shuts 22 of its stores with immediate effect.
There are four interesting stories to do with the recession today, concerning Marks and Spencer, Barclays, UK Car Sales and sub-prime lender Cattles.
There have been some dismal predictions for the job market next year, with the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development predicting that more than 600,000 people will be made redundant in 2009, a staggering 1,600 job losses per day.
Time for a new series here at Money Watch: Recession Watch. In this series, we’ll look at the effects of the recession on the UK, and this morning there’s some mixed news for three high-street stores.
Redundancy is, sadly, something many of us are having to experience at the moment, either directly or through our unlucky colleagues. I’ve seen it start to affect my friends, and I’m sure there’s plenty more pain to come in the coming months.
As part of the BBC’s reports on The Downturn, they’ve posted a series of tips and further reading for helping cope with a recession.