Redundancy support for the employee
Remember it is the job you were employed to do that has been made redundant and not you.
Support for the employee
We want to point you in the right direction to get the support you need to manage this situation. What’s important to know is, there are jobs available and we can help you access them.
We also understand that losing your job can be a stressful time. You may have feelings of shock, loss of confidence and self-esteem which can lead to depression and anxiety. There are support services available in the below mental health section.
For further information, get in touch with Barnsley Employment Skills & Training:
Tel: 01226 775100 (Open Mon – Fri. 9am – 5pm.)
Use the chat service provided or email email@example.com
Barnsley Employment Skills & Training
Benefits Advice and help finding work
Start up your own business with free one to one support.
Barnsley recruitment agencies
Sector-specific agencies available.
Support for ex armed forces - British Legion
Mental health support - #AlrightPal?
Finance and Debt
Drugs and alcohol
The Prison Advice and Care Trust (Pact)
Our top tips to remember
It is the job you were employed to do that has been made redundant and not you.
Keep yourself busy. Keep a routine to your day, keep in touch with people, and keep focussed on setting yourself challenges and targets.
- Take time for yourself and take stock of how you are feeling you may have feelings of shock, loss of confidence, and self-esteem. Give yourself space and time to express feelings and talk to people about what you are experiencing. Be kind to yourself and use it as a chance to reflect on what makes you happy. Take this time to imagine where you want to be in the future.
- It’s helpful to have a plan – even if you want to take a break before your next step, speaking to one of the employment support providers can help you work out what you need to do. You don’t have to do this alone.
- This is also an opportunity – take the time to think about what you enjoyed in your old job and what you didn’t like as much. You may want to look at working in a different area to your old job. There are options out there and there is help to work out
- Keep your skills fresh, the longer you are away from work the harder it is to restart again. Why not keep your hand in attending some of the free/subsidised training on offer? An hour or two every now and then will keep you focused and move you forward.
- Get some financial advice, if you have redundancy money make a plan, you may still want to treat yourself but make sure you don’t leave yourself short in other areas. There are organisations such as the Money Advice Service which can give you some free help. https://www.moneyadviceservice.org.uk/en
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