You’ve just been laid-off…. now what? You’ve worked hard to get where you are in your career and you may have a family that depends on you. Taking the time to do a thorough evaluation of you, your life and your work can be the ticket to re-emerging into the world with confidence.
When faced with the reality of layoffs for your employees, providing Career Transition services may not be what you think of first. Easing those fears and offering guidance and a helping hand goes a long way in maintaining a company’s good reputation among employees, customers, and key stakeholders.
While resume building tools are helpful to use as a spring board to get your resume off the ground, enlisting a career coach can help take you to the next level.
Don’t let the very broad, open-ended question of “Tell me about yourself” knock you off your game. Knock this question out of the park with two easy steps!
“Why did you leave your previous position?” This is a fair question and will more than likely be asked in an interview. See how to best answer this question.
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