Ten ways to ... ride redundancy

Last Updated: 31 Aug 2010

1. Be prepared for it
2. Know your rights
3. Negotiate the best deal
4. Remember: it's no slur on your ability
5. Allow yourself to be upset
6. Take some time out to regroup
7. Work out how it can be a good thing
8. Put yourself about
9. Maintain an upbeat demeanor
10. Do what you've always wanted to do

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