“Be ready for resistance and have a plan for when the chips are down. We are usually our greatest challenge in making change happen. We like the apparent safety of familiarity but, to create something better we have to step out of what we know. Be ready for your negative self talk to pop up and all the reasons why you will fail. Expect it and...
Redundancy: Everything You Need To Know If You’ve Lost Your Job
When dealing with redundancy, Evelyn suggests having a mental health 'regroup' - this can in turn help your career search:
Remote Working Is Not a Passing Trend
1. Remote working is not a passing trend and could become the new norm.
“Working from home is certainly not a trend,” says Evelyn Cotter. “It already is the norm for many progressive businesses and the more traditional workplaces are being pushed to catch up."
Mail Online: The Rise Of 'Toxic Femininity'
Imagine turning up to work every day knowing the person sitting opposite you is doing everything in their power to push you out of your job. That was the shocking reality for Naomi Joy, a 30-year-old former PR director from London, who witnessed and experienced 'toxic femininity' throughout her career. She reveals one female colleague in her...
Yahoo: How To Cope With Redundancy
Redundancy is never an easy situation to deal with, and it can take its toll on your mental health, relationships and other aspects of your life. But there are steps you can take to look after your finances, support your wellbeing and bounce back.