Experiencing Multiple Layoffs & Finding Help

Career Alley

Unfortunately, consecutive recent layoffs or settling for a lower income is becoming more common nowadays. Those who have experienced multiple layoffs are usually willing to settle for less. With more executive-level employees losing their jobs, people with repeated layoffs have a harder time proving their worth to hiring managers. One challenge for victims of multiple recent layoffs is surviving multiple interviews.

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Why layoffs are a jobseekers best friend

Resume Bear

ResumeBear Featured Jobs Support Job Trends Salary Trends Contact Us Email Posts Resumebear Online Resume ResumeBear Online Resume Builder Resume Delivery Resume Tracking Featured Government Jobs Resume & Cover Letter Tips Interview Tips Why layoffs are a jobseekers best friend 06. Layoffs suck. Economy sucks. Insert the sound of fingers snapping here) Okay, besides the sentiment of my poem, what else do layoffs make you think about?

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What To Do Before You Announce the Company Layoff

Workology

Let’s be frank no matter what the state of the economy is, being a part of layoffs is never fun. Downsizing, restructuring, or layoffs can negatively impact your company’s brand. Basics HR company layoff company restructure hr basics layoff restructureIn fact, it has been the worst part of my career in HR. No matter how necessary for your bottom line, it is imperative to […] Source.

COVID Economy: There's Probably Some Big WARN Notices On The Way.

The HR Capitalist

Our economy during the COVID crisis has been a strange beast. As these protection periods end, we're looking at a lot of big company/big organization moves to potentially layoff tens of thousands of workers.

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HP to Layoff 30,000 More — What’s an HR Practitioner to Do?

Workology

Big corporate layoffs commonly happen before or after the holiday season; while retailers are frantically increasing and then decreasing their workforce to cope with holiday shopping, other organizations are shedding personnel before the start of the new fiscal year. And if you’re in corporate HR, you’re probably gearing up, if not for layoffs, then another big end of year initiative. HP and Groupon aren’t the only firms making “corrections” through big layoffs.

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Who’s Firing – Layoffs week ended 12-3-10

reCareered

Who’s Firing summarizes weekly research of companies announcing and rumoring layoffs for the 7 days ended 12-3-10. Technology, pharmaceutical, financial service, entertainment, government and manufacturing employers announced the largest layoffs and. Employment Economy Featured reCareered Blog career career change career coach Economy Employment employment economy hiring Job job market job search layoff layoffs recession research unemployment who's firing

Who’s Firing – Layoffs week ended 12-31-10

reCareered

Who’s Firing summarizes weekly research of companies announcing and rumoring layoffs for the week ended 12-31-10. For the past week retail, manufacturing, healthcare, technology and transportation employers announced the largest layoffs. Employment Economy Featured reCareered Blog career career change career coach Employment hiring Job job search layoff Planning recession research unemployment who's firing

Targeting Companies Doing Layoffs in Recruiting Strategy - Smart or Lame?

The HR Capitalist

If there's ever been something that's generated a "yeah, duh" in the halls of corporate America, it is the following: "Company Z just announced a big layoff. He's going direct and talking to up to 5,000 people recently impacted by a Microsoft layoff, encouraging them to consider a career at Salesforce. But back to the concept of recruiting people from companies doing layoffs. Should we recruit from competitors who just announced a layoff?

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Who’s Firing – Layoffs week ended 3-11-11

reCareered

Who’s Firing summarizes weekly research of companies announcing and rumoring layoffs for the week ended 3-11-11. Employment Economy Featured reCareered Blog career career change career coach Employment Job job search layoff layoffs recession research unemployment who's firingFor the past week government, technology, pharmaceutical and manufacturing employers announced. Continued at [link].

Three Critical Things To Know Before Jumping Ship In A Bad Economy

Jennifer Anthony

From the gentleman in Los Angeles who lost his job (and his wife lost hers in a similar layoff at the same time), then moved to Portland, OR, found work, but then was laid off 8 weeks later… to the general manager of a high-end Florida restaurant who was lured away from a stable, good-paying job to open a new place in the mid-Atlantic region only to be handed a pink slip two months later from an unstable business partner (who became erratic just shortly after my client’s arrival).

Who’s Firing – Layoffs week ended 12-10-10

reCareered

Who’s Firing summarizes weekly research of companies announcing and rumoring layoffs for the week ended 12-10-10. For the past week retail, government, education, manufacturing and hospitality employers announced the largest layoffs. Employment Economy Featured reCareered Blog career career change career coach Employment layoff recession research unemployment who's firing

Who’s Firing – Layoffs week ended 3-4-11

reCareered

Who’s Firing summarizes weekly research of companies announcing and rumoring layoffs for the week ended 3-4-11. For the past week business service, distribution, defense, government and food processing employers announced the largest layoffs. Employment Economy Featured reCareered Blog career career change career coach Employment Job job search layoff Planning recession research unemployment who's firing

Who’s Firing – Layoffs week ended 1-14-11

reCareered

Who’s Firing summarizes weekly research of companies announcing and rumoring layoffs for the week ended 1-14-11. For the past week telecommunications, banking, manufacturing, government and entertainment employers announced the largest layoffs. Employment Economy Featured reCareered Blog career career change career coach Employment hiring Job job search layoff research unemployment who's firing

Who’s Firing – Layoffs week ended 1-7-11

reCareered

Who’s Firing summarizes weekly research of companies announcing and rumoring layoffs for the week ended 1-7-11. Employment Economy Featured reCareered Blog career career change career coach Employment Job job search layoff recession research unemployment who's firingFor the past week technology, manufacturing, retail, telecommunications, hospitality and transportation employers announced the largest. Continued at [link].

Who’s Firing – Layoffs week ended 1-21-11

reCareered

Who’s Firing summarizes weekly research of companies announcing and rumoring layoffs for the week ended 1-21-11. Employment Economy Featured reCareered Blog career career change career coach Employment hiring layoff recession research unemployment who's firingFor the past week financial services, engineering, aerospace, education, and banking employers. Continued at [link].

Who’s Firing – Layoffs week ended 1-28-11

reCareered

Who’s Firing summarizes weekly research of companies announcing and rumoring layoffs for the week ended 1-28-11. For the past week pharmaceuticals, retail, education, entertainment and government employers announced the largest layoffs. Employment Economy Featured reCareered Blog career career change career coach Employment layoff research unemployment who's firing

Who’s Firing – Layoffs week ended 11-5-10

reCareered

For the past week health care, manufacturing, biotech, telecommunications, financial service and government employers announced the largest layoffs. Tags: Employment Economy Featured reCareered Blog career career change career coach Employment Job job search layoff recruiter unemployment who's firing This information is intended for business analysts, corporate strategists, marketers, salespeople, (Continued at [link].

Who’s Firing – Layoffs week ended 12-17-10

reCareered

Who’s Firing summarizes weekly research of companies announcing and rumoring layoffs for the week ended 12-17-10. Employment Economy Featured reCareered Blog career career change career coach Employment Job job market job search layoff recession research unemployment who's firingFor the past week technology, business service, health care and manufacturing employers. Continued at [link].

Who’s Firing – Layoffs week ended 2-18-11

reCareered

Who’s Firing summarizes weekly research of companies announcing and rumoring layoffs for the week ended 2-18-11. Employment Economy Featured reCareered Blog career career change career coach Job job search layoff unemployment who's firingFor the past week retail, health care, aerospace, agriculture and engineering employers. Continued at [link].

Attention Recent Layoffs – Especially Folks from Hewlett-Packard

Career Realism

Which leads me to the following… Why not give layoff victims a choice in outplacement services? I wish I had known about the layoff in advance so I could have presented CareerHMO as a viable alternative to the “traditional” outplacement they have retained for those affected by the massive HP layoff. Unfortunately, as you can imagine, that kind of insider information about a layoff isn’t easy to get ahold of – and understandably so.

Why your company and economy matters to your career

Cube Rules

Cube Rules teaches you how to build SMART Goals , how to survive a job layoff and how to write your performance review. Why your company and economy matters to your career Written by Scot Herrick on October 7, 2008 in job search 0 Comments - Leave a comment! And since the economy, via the market, has pretty much been imploding lately, that voice has gotten stronger. Let’s examine the economy first. The economy also sets a tone.

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Who’s Firing – Layoffs week ended 11-12-10

reCareered

For the past week pharmaceutical, biotech, insurance, technology, defense and health care employers announced the largest layoffs. Tags: Employment Economy Featured reCareered Blog career career change career coach Employment Job job search layoff recruiter unemployment who's firing This information is intended for business analysts, corporate strategists, marketers, salespeople, investment. Continued at [link].

Whos Firing – Layoffs week ended 12-24-10

reCareered

Who’s Firing summarizes weekly research of companies announcing and rumoring layoffs for the week ended 12-24-10. Employment Economy Featured reCareered Blog career career change career coach Employment Job job search layoff unemployment who's firingFor the past week technology, business service, health care and manufacturing employers. Continued at [link].

Do you have what it takes to succeed in this economy?

Resume Help Blog

Managing Your Personal Brand with LinkedIn Categories Advertise With Us Advice and Articles Affordable Resume Software Affordable Resume Templates Auto Insurance Career Coaching Changing Careers Computer Training / Certificates Cover Letters Five Star Resume Writers Going Back To School How To Interview Help Interview Tips Job Search Tips Our Partners Resume Examples Thank You Letters Write A Resume Do you have what it takes to succeed in this economy?

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Who Quits Their Job in This Economy?

Career Solvers

Home About Us How It Works FAQs Contact Resources Request a Proposal Monday, June 21st, 2010 Who Quits Their Job in This Economy? You may be wondering why so many are quitting their jobs in what is still a volatile economy, but the reality is that people quit their jobs despite economic indicators for a variety of reasons. Once heavy layoffs occurred at companies, many were forced to do more with less. It can be scary to start your own business in a turbulent economy.

Who’s Firing – Layoffs week ended 2-4-11

reCareered

Employment Economy Featured reCareered Blog career career change career coach Employment hiring Job job search layoff recession unemployment who's firingWho's Hiring is a weekly survey of companies showing the highest hiring activity for the week of 2/4/11. For the past week energy, pharmaceuticals, aerospace, education and automotive employers. Continued at [link].

Who’s Firing – Layoffs week ended 10-29-10

reCareered

Who’s Firing summarizes weekly research of companies announcing and rumoring layoffs for the week ended 10-29-10. Tags: Employment Economy Featured reCareered Blog career career change career coach Employment Job job search layoff recruiter unemployment who's firing For the past week manufacturing, government, health care, aerospace, retail and financial service employers announced the largest. Continued at [link].

Who’s Firing – Layoffs week ended 10-22-10

reCareered

Who’s Firing summarizes weekly research of companies announcing and rumoring layoffs for the week ended 10-22-10. For the past week technology, government, entertainment, manufacturing and agricultural employers announced the largest layoffs. Tags: Employment Economy reCareered Blog career career change career coach Employment Job job search layoff recruiter unemployment who's firing

Who’s Firing – Layoffs week ended 2-11-11

reCareered

Who’s Firing summarizes weekly research of companies announcing and rumoring layoffs for the week ended 2-11-11. Employment Economy Featured reCareered Blog career career change career coach Employment Job job search recession unemployment who's firingFor the past week government, banking, energy, retail, entertainment and airline employers announced. Continued at [link].

Who’s Firing – Layoffs week ended 11-19-10

reCareered

For the past week government, pharmaceutical, hospitality, defense and manufacturing employers announced the largest layoffs. Tags: Employment Economy Featured reCareered Blog career career change career coach Employment Job job search recession research unemployment who's firing This information is intended for business analysts, corporate strategists, marketers, salespeople, investment analysts, (Continued at [link].

Increase Your Chances of Keeping your Salary Post Layoff

Career Key

Tuesday, August 4, 2009 Increase Your Chances of Keeping your Salary Post Layoff Want to land on your feet post-layoff? According to new research discussed in this New York Times article , many laid off workers take years to recover and get back to their previous salary and most, on average, will not return to their pre-layoff incomes. Its a reminder that getting too comfortable in your career can damage your ability to survive a layoff with your income level intact.

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Whos Firing – Layoffs week ended 11-26-10

reCareered

Who’s Firing summarizes weekly research of companies announcing and rumoring layoffs for the week ended 11-26-10. For the past week defense, manufacturing, insurance and hospitality employers announced the largest layoffs. Tags: Employment Economy Featured reCareered Blog career career change career coach Employment hiring Job job search layoff recession unemployment who's firing

6 Ways to Catapult Your Job Search After a Layoff

The Undercover Recruiter

If there’s one lesson the recession has made painfully clear, it’s that no one is immune from layoffs. Here are six tips to get over a layoff and back on the job: 1. It takes more than luck to overcome a recent layoff. And remember that while you can’t control a layoff, you can control making that layoff pay off. Even in a challenging economy, people are still finding jobs.

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4 Myths About Job-Hunting During A Recession

Career Realism

Myth 2: No One Will Hire You After Getting Laid Off Layoffs are a fact of life and businesses realize that. Layoffs are common during a recession. Whenever talks about a potential recession come up, it naturally puts some people on edge. Recessions can impact careers and make the job search process a lot more complicated. However, not all hope is lost. While getting a job during a recession isn't easy, it's not impossible.

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How A Recession Could Impact Your Career

Career Realism

Recessions can impact everyone differently but past history indicates that there will be mass layoffs, fewer jobs, more competition for jobs and less job security. Any issue with the economy will impact consumers' wallets one way or another but things can become particularly painful when it impacts your livelihood. And, the awkward and uncomfortable fact is that if you are laid off, you're better off being involved in a company's first round of layoffs.

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Can I Ask for a Pay Raise in Today's Economy?

Resume to Referral

» Can I Ask for a Pay Raise in Today’s Economy? I heard it’s not acceptable to ask for one, given today’s economy. Or, has your employer experienced a recent layoff? Home About Free Mags Jobs Resume Services Advertise « Latest Job-Search Scam; Jobseekers Beware Toil & Trouble: Women’s Hemline During Interview. Are Women in Denial? “I haven’t had a pay raise in quite a while.

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Update: 85% Of The U.S. Workforce Competes For Your Next Job

reCareered

Employment Economy Featured reCareered Blog career career change career coach Employment Job job search layoff Planning researchA CareerBuilder study late last year projected that 85% of US workers were searching for a new job - the numbers haven't changed much this year. Learn what that means for your job search. Continued at [link].

? This Checklist is Key to Leaving Any Company Successfully

JobMob

The 25-point layoff success checklist that tells you what to do when you're laid off. Some companies are ruthless with layoffs, locking you out from their computer network and walking you to the door as soon as notification has been given. ” Even if your ex-employer-to-be isn't that harsh, prepare yourself in advance once you feel a layoff might be coming your way. 25 actions to achieve layoff success. Layoffs are never easy for everyone involved.

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Sobering News: Long-Term Unemployment By State

reCareered

Employment Economy Featured reCareered Blog career career change career coach Employment hiring Job job search layoff recession unemploymentToday's Journal included an interactive chart showing long-term unemployment by state. I explain what this chart means to you, based on your state. Continued at [link].

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Update: 85% Of The U.S. Workforce Competes For Your Next Job

reCareered

Employment Economy Featured reCareered Blog career career change career coach Employment Job job search layoff Planning research A CareerBuilder study late last year projected that 85% of US workers were searching for a new job - the numbers haven''t changed much this year. Learn what that means for your job search. Continued at [link].

5 actions employees should take in case of debt default

Cube Rules

If some of the worse events happen because of a default, lots of layoffs will occur. Besides, after savings and a long layoff, you may need some of that available credit. If the economy takes a shock, credit won’t be available to use and layoffs will happen. Cube Rules Commentary 401(k) IRA job ends laid off layoffsphoto credit: Johnny Vulkan.

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Who’s Hiring – Top employers week of 11-1-10

reCareered

Tags: Employment Economy Featured reCareered Blog career career change career coach Employment Job job search layoff recruiter who's hiring

3 Critical Things to Know Before Jumping Ship in a Bad Economy

Career Realism

From the gentleman in Los Angeles who lost his job (and his wife lost hers in a similar layoff at the same time), then moved to Portland, OR, found work, but then was laid off 8 weeks later…to the general manager of a high-end Florida restaurant who was lured away from a stable, good-paying job to open a new place in the mid-Atlantic region only to be handed a pink slip two months later from an unstable business partner (who became erratic just shortly after my client’s arrival).