Redundancy Support for Organisations
The Redundancy Recovery Hub has been created to help anyone who is facing redundancy. The economic fallout of Covid-19 means that many businesses are unable to support their employees in the way they would wish, and the Redundancy Recovery Hub offers access to advice, resources and online coaching that can help people get back on their feet as soon as possible.
Content on this members only website covers:
Back to Work
The essentials on CV writing, interviews, finding work through LinkedIn and all the practical how-tos of finding another role. Experts share their advice, tailored for a post Covid-19 world
For those that are looking at redundancy as a way to take time out and consider their next direction, whether that’s a career change, going back into education, becoming freelance or starting a business. Practical content sits alongside interviews with people who have made the leap and have powerful stories to tell
Advice and support around the many of the areas that are impacted by redundancy such as relationships, money and health
One to One
Members are also able to book one to one career coaching sessions with founder, career psychologist and coach, Paula Gardner, at special rates.
Content is updated regularly, with written articles, video tutorials and interviews with experts tailored to provide a Positive Psychology approach for the post Coronavirus landscape.
The Hub is a curation of redundancy support and was founded by career psychologist and coach, Paula Gardner. Paula is the author of The Career Pause and Pivot, Get Noticed and Do Your Own PR. An ex-PR company owner, she has a Masters in Business Psychology, is a qualified coach, and now works with clients on mid-life career change, finding careers with more meaning and building a profile within your industry or organisation.
Paula will be delivering psychology based tutorials around mindset, career change and resilience.
Hub experts include authors, speakers, coaches, HR specialists and people who have been made redundant and come through the other end.
These include people like Susan Heaton-Wright, a communication coach who takes us through how to perform well at interviews, CV specialist Belinda Coaten, and Ian Luckett, IT and business growth expert.
Getting Started on a Job Hunting Routine
There’s no way to sugar coat this: for most of us, job hunting is a marathon, a sprint. We need to draw upon our reserves of motivation, resilience and optimism. Building a job-hunting routine so that it becomes a natural part of your day or week is one way to make it easier for yourself.
Starting A Business – Finding Your Thing
We talk to marketer and consultant Lucy Whittington on the importance of finding your “thing”, testing a market and learning from other people. Lucy, author of Find Your Thing, takes us through some of the things you need to think about if you are tempted to go solo.
Recovering From Redundancy Through Walking
Walking Coach Heather Waring talks about why walking can help you recover from the shock of redundancy, boost your health and immunity, and shares practical tips to help you get started.