Whether times are good or bad, lay offs are an everyday part of the business landscape. Sometimes they come as a surprise, while other times employees can get a warning— and paid job seeking time — before termination is official.
You don’t have to sit on your laurels in depression or sadness if you’re facing a lay off. There are many things you can do before and after to ensure you get a leg up on finding the next best opportunity.
Madame Noire offers seven steps to take before and after you’ve been laid off. Empower yourself with a plan of action that will let to confident action and overshadow fear.