Tips for Business Leaders Seeking Work After a Lay-Off

A lay-off is not an experience that any employee would choose to imagine or relive. In fact, anyone who has ever been laid off from a job can attest to the feeling of helplessness and even frustration that ensues. However, in this article, we will […]

Fear of Failure

By Deborah Kintner
One of the challenges faced by many people involves a need to cover all contingencies before proceeding with an action. While, on the surface, this […]

IT’S A JUNGLE OUT THERE: 7 Immediate Steps For Every Laid-Off Individual

by Darrell W. Gurney, CPC, JCTC, RScP
A Permanent Success National Career Coaching & Search Partners

  1. Prepare a “keyword searchable” resume: today’s companies and recruiters use databases for information storage and retrieval—quite different from the non-electronic filing cabinets of past recessions. […]

Job Loss Grief – Part I

By Deborah Kintner
Although most people understand the need to grieve following the death of a loved one, few realize the similar impact of the loss of a job. Grief does occur at this time. It can lead […]

Job Loss Grief – Part II

By Deborah Kintner

Post-Termination Phase Another form of grief occurs once the axe has actually fallen and you need to find a new position. Even if you have experienced the Pre-Termination phase, it is likely you will still experience […]


by Gwen Harrison, CPRW, NCRW
Advanced Resumes & Career Strategies

Prior to the WTC and Pentagon attacks, layoffs were already staggering in number. After those attacks, hundreds of thousands more lost their jobs. Surviving a layoff isn’t easy from […]

Making the Best of a Lay-Off: The Graceful Exit

by Teena Rose

Getting laid off is a real punch in the gut. Even when you know the axe is going to fall, actually getting the news via the impersonal pink slip in the pay envelope or the personal, […]

Will Your Job Be Outsourced?

by: Fred Coon

Chairman, CEO

Stewart, Cooper & Coon

Today, I was reading in a great blog called Recruiters Lounge which is run by Jim Stroud. I found the information very interesting and I wanted to […]