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Losing a job is one of the most stressful things a person can face. ALIS has resources and tips to help you cope with the loss and successfully make the transition to looking for work.
When you’ve just been laid off, making decisions is likely the last thing you feel like doing. All the same, certain issues must be dealt with promptly—usually within 1 to 4 weeks of your layoff.
Your reaction to your job loss is as unique as you are, so whatever you’re feeling is normal for you. This article will help you cope with the effects of your layoff.
If you’re like the average person, you’ll change jobs 6 or 7 times in your working life. The way you handle leaving those jobs can have an impact on your career.
When you’ve been laid off, you may want—or need—to find another job right away. But you may also want to consider giving yourself time to explore your options.
Workers and employers can find employment insurance–related information, including work search links and how to apply for EI online.
Change the way you look at change. Explore the opportunities, stresses and transitions that change brings through these examples, exercises and strategies.
Are you suddenly without work? This workbook can guide you through your response to job loss, severance negotiations, financial planning, retraining and work options with exercises, examples and practical information.