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Dealing with Dismissal

Dealing with Dismissal

Practical advice for employers and employees
978280629931430EBookPlurilingua PublishingLearn how to react constructively to dismissal in just 50 minutes with this practical and concise book. Whether you are the victim of redundancy or are let go for personal reasons, losing your job can be the opportunity for a new beginning: it allows you to evaluate your skills and priorities, and even to embark on a career change. Being able to deal with this challenging situation effectively is also vital in conflict management and human resource management. In this book, you will learn how handling dismissal well can help you to manage effectively and maintain positive professional relationships. It also features useful tips to negotiate your departure and advice for your job search, giving you everything you need to bounce back from dismissal. How can this book help you in your career? Dismissal does not have to hold you back from achieving your professional objectives. This book will give you everything you need to: Understand the different kinds of dismissal and why they arise Deliver the news of a dismissal while respecting both your employee and employment law Know your rights when you are dismissed for economic or personal reasons Learn from this experience and take steps to stop it from happening again Use the skills you acquired in your old role to find a new job This straightforward and accessible 30-page book is structured as follows: Dealing with dismissal Fair dismissal: the basics For employers For employees In summary Top tips For the manager in charge of the dismissal For the person who is dismissed FAQs When should I tell my employee that I plan on dismissing them? What steps should I follow when dismissing an employee? What tone should I adopt to dismiss someone kindly? What do we really lose when we are dismissed? How can I keep my spirits up and turn my dismissal into a new beginning? How should I react to an unfair dismissal? How should I talk about my dismissal during a job interview? Over to you Learn how to react constructively to dismissal in just 50 minutes with this practical and concise book. Whether you are the victim of redundancy or are let go for personal reasons, losing your job can be the opportunity for a new beginning: it allows you to evaluate your skills and priorities, and even to embark on a career change. Being able to deal with this challenging situation effectively is also vital in conflict management and human resource management. In this book, you will learn how handling dismissal well can help you to manage effectively and maintain positive professional relationships. It also features useful tips to negotiate your departure and advice for your job search, giving you everything you need to bounce back from dismissal. How can this book help you in your career? Dismissal does not have to hold you back from achieving your professional objectives. This book will give you everything you need to: Understand the different kinds of dismissal and why they arise Deliver the news of a dismissal while respecting both your employee and employment law Know your rights when you are dismissed for economic or personal reasons Learn from this experience and take steps to stop it from happening again Use the skills you acquired in your old role to find a new job This straightforward and accessible 30-page book is structured as follows: Dealing with dismissal Fair dismissal: the basics For employers For employees In summary Top tips For the manager in charge of the dismissal For the person who is dismissed FAQs When should I tell my employee that I plan on dismissing them? What steps should I follow when dismissing an employee? What tone should I adopt to dismiss someone kindly? What do we really lose when we are dismissed? How can I keep my spirits up and turn my dismissal into a new beginning? How should I react to an unfair dismissal? How should I talk about my dismissal during a job interview? Over to you application/pdf1 career change, communication, conflict management, human resources, management, professional relationships
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Learn how to react constructively to dismissal in just 50 minutes with this practical and concise book. Whether you are the victim of redundancy or are let go for personal reasons, losing your job can be the opportunity for a new beginning: it allows you to evaluate your skills and priorities, and even to embark on a career change. Being able to...
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Learn how to react constructively to dismissal in just 50 minutes with this practical and concise book. Whether you are the victim of redundancy or are let go for personal reasons, losing your job can be the opportunity for a new beginning: it allows you to evaluate your skills and priorities, and even to embark on a career change. Being able to deal with this challenging situation effectively is also vital in conflict management and human resource management.

In this book, you will learn how handling dismissal well can help you to manage effectively and maintain positive professional relationships. It also features useful tips to negotiate your departure and advice for your job search, giving you everything you need to bounce back from dismissal.

How can this book help you in your career?

Dismissal does not have to hold you back from achieving your professional objectives. This book will give you everything you need to:

  • Understand the different kinds of dismissal and why they arise
  • Deliver the news of a dismissal while respecting both your employee and employment law
  • Know your rights when you are dismissed for economic or personal reasons
  • Learn from this experience and take steps to stop it from happening again
  • Use the skills you acquired in your old role to find a new job

This straightforward and accessible 30-page book is structured as follows:

  • Dealing with dismissal
  • Fair dismissal: the basics
    • For employers
    • For employees
    • In summary
  • Top tips
    • For the manager in charge of the dismissal
    • For the person who is dismissed
  • FAQs
    • When should I tell my employee that I plan on dismissing them?
    • What steps should I follow when dismissing an employee?
    • What tone should I adopt to dismiss someone kindly?
    • What do we really lose when we are dismissed?
    • How can I keep my spirits up and turn my dismissal into a new beginning?
    • How should I react to an unfair dismissal?
    • How should I talk about my dismissal during a job interview?
  • Over to you

Product details

ISBN

9782806299314

Publisher

Plurilingua Publishing

Series

50MINUTES.COM – Coaching

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PDF

Pages

30

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2.8 MB