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Redundancy doesn't have to be catastrophic

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Being made redundant in your job can flip your life upside down and leave you stressed and confused about where to go next.

Damian Menzies, CEO of Choice Career Services, joins Fairsy for his Big Breakfast, discussing what to do if you’re laid-off.

“The best advice I can give to anyone going through this…is don’t panic,” Mr Menzies says.

“It’s an opportunity to take control of where you go next.”

“I’ve never seen anybody whose skills are so specific, that they can only work in one industry, everyone has transferrable skills.”

To get in touch with Choice Career Services, you can visit their website here, or call 1800 823 213.

 

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