Tuesday November 24, 2020

Getting back on the workhorse

Having to find a new job - or even a new career path - after redundancy is never easy but there are some steps you can take to make it less daunting

1st December, 2019
Orla Moran, genreral manager of IrishJobs.ie, says it‘s important to network. Picture: SON Photographic

Ireland reached a record number of 2.3 million people in employment last week, but recent announcements from Novartis and Molex were a reminder that redundancies occur in good times and bad.

Losing a job is never easy. For many, it comes at the worst possible moment and puts the rest of their life on hold.

Even those who leave with a generous severance package will, sooner...

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