Over the past few weeks Chiumento has published a series of articles highlighting key themes around redundancy. In case you’ve missed them the articles have included:-

Communicating redundancies. We gave our top five tips to ensure effective communication with everyone impacted. Including those who will be staying with the organisation.

Redundancy can be an emotional rollercoaster. We share some of the potential reactions to the news – from anger and fear to relief and excitement.

“Voluntary redundancy – do I stay or do I go?” The offer of voluntary redundancy can leave individuals with a big decision to make. Mike Burgneay shares some of his thoughts on things you should consider before making a final choice.

Been made redundant and actively job hunting? We highlight some of the really basic errors job hunters make – and which are likely holding back your job search.

Want to understand more about outplacement? Our recent work experience student wrote a great article explaining outplacement to those who haven’t used the service before.

Looking for a global outplacement partner? Then you need to read this article to understand how a “one size fits all” solution may not be your best choice.

Up next?

Our next article in this series will be: Should I take a break after redundancy? Mike Burgneay’s article will appear on Monday 21 August.

If there are other themes around redundancy you’d like us to write about in future articles, let us know. Our team are always interested to hear your “hot topics” as we continuously share our thoughts and experience.