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The Letter Said I “Had to Report    Utilizing One-Stop Career Center   Services to Cope with Job Loss Grief
Federal and State Authority• On November 24, 1993, the President signed  into law the Unemployment Compensation  Amendment...
What is Grief?• A reaction to a major loss. It is most often an  unhappy and painful emotion.  (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.go...
Elizabeth Kübler-Ross Model• Swiss American psychiatrist who studied  death and dying• Developed a model of adjustment, kn...
Kübler-Ross ModelFive Stages of Grief
Stages of GriefIt is important to recognize:1. The stages of grief are not sequential, there is   no defined starting poin...
Denial• A conscious or unconscious refusal to accept  facts, information, reality, etc. relating to the  situation• A natu...
Anger• May manifest in different ways  – Outbursts  – Blaming behavior  – Detachment from personal relationships• May be s...
Bargaining• Negotiation, typically with a higher being, for  a better outcome• Attempt to regain a prior state of homeosta...
Depression• May be viewed as a “dress rehearsal” for the  acceptance of the aftermath of the loss• Experience of emotion s...
Acceptance• An indication of some emotional detachment  and objectivity to the loss• Recognition that the loss has occurre...
How May Grief Sound?   Denial           Anger        Bargaining       Depression       Acceptance• “This isn’t    • “Who i...
Utilizing One-Stop Services to    Address Job Loss Grief
Early Identification• Claimants are identified for reemployment  services by the fourth week of their claim• They are sche...
Early Identification• Use this early selection process to your  benefit• Provide a thorough orientation to the One-  Stop ...
Strategies to Cope with Job Loss Grief1. Acknowledge the claimant’s stage of grief and   validate their feelings  –   Look...
Strategies to Cope with Job Loss Grief2. Get them connected to one-stop services that   will help them obtain employment  ...
Strategies to Cope with Job Loss Grief3. Discuss the importance of creating a daily   routine  –       Remind the claimant...
Strategies to Cope with Job Loss Grief4. Refer the claimant to take advantage of   networking opportunities  – Refer them ...
Resources•   Unemployment Job Loss Stress Coping     –   http://www.helpguide.org/life/unemployment_job_loss_stress_coping...
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  1. 1. The Letter Said I “Had to Report Utilizing One-Stop Career Center Services to Cope with Job Loss Grief
  2. 2. Federal and State Authority• On November 24, 1993, the President signed into law the Unemployment Compensation Amendments of 1993 (P.L. 103-152) which added requirements States must meet as a condition of States receiving UI grants.• Florida Statutes 443.091(1)(b) requires claimants to report as directed by the Regional Workforce Board (RWB).
  3. 3. What is Grief?• A reaction to a major loss. It is most often an unhappy and painful emotion. (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmedhealth/PMH0002497)• A multi-faceted response to loss, particularly to the loss of someone or something to which a bond was formed. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grief)
  4. 4. Elizabeth Kübler-Ross Model• Swiss American psychiatrist who studied death and dying• Developed a model of adjustment, known as the five stages of grief• Kübler-Ross’ model has been expanded to incorporate loss in other areas of the lifespan
  5. 5. Kübler-Ross ModelFive Stages of Grief
  6. 6. Stages of GriefIt is important to recognize:1. The stages of grief are not sequential, there is no defined starting point.2. The stages of grief are not experienced in any particular order.3. Everyone may not experience each stage of grief.
  7. 7. Denial• A conscious or unconscious refusal to accept facts, information, reality, etc. relating to the situation• A natural defense mechanism
  8. 8. Anger• May manifest in different ways – Outbursts – Blaming behavior – Detachment from personal relationships• May be self directed or expressed externally toward others
  9. 9. Bargaining• Negotiation, typically with a higher being, for a better outcome• Attempt to regain a prior state of homeostasis or balance that no longer exists• Rarely provides a sustainable solution
  10. 10. Depression• May be viewed as a “dress rehearsal” for the acceptance of the aftermath of the loss• Experience of emotion such as sadness, fear, regret, uncertainty, etc.• Expression of emotion shows the customer has begun to accept reality
  11. 11. Acceptance• An indication of some emotional detachment and objectivity to the loss• Recognition that the loss has occurred and a transition to the next steps• May be viewed as the customer “turning the page” to write a new beginning
  12. 12. How May Grief Sound? Denial Anger Bargaining Depression Acceptance• “This isn’t • “Who is to • “I’ll will • “I’m so sad, • “It’s going happening blame?” give away why bother to be okay.” to me.” all those looking for • “Why me? new suits I a job.” • “I can’t• “I’m still It’s not bought change going to fair!” if…” • “I’m not what has get dressed good happened and go to • “Dear God, enough to in the past, work I promise if work for I might as tomorrow.” I get my anyone.” well job back, I prepare for will never the future.” run late again.”
  13. 13. Utilizing One-Stop Services to Address Job Loss Grief
  14. 14. Early Identification• Claimants are identified for reemployment services by the fourth week of their claim• They are scheduled to report to the One-Stop no later than the seventh week of their claim
  15. 15. Early Identification• Use this early selection process to your benefit• Provide a thorough orientation to the One- Stop and available services• Focus on reemployment versus discussing the current unemployed state
  16. 16. Strategies to Cope with Job Loss Grief1. Acknowledge the claimant’s stage of grief and validate their feelings – Look for verbal and physical cues to let you know what stage of grief they may currently be in – Ask open ended questions – Allow the claimant to speak openly about how they perceive their job loss without passing judgment
  17. 17. Strategies to Cope with Job Loss Grief2. Get them connected to one-stop services that will help them obtain employment – Provide them with an assessment service to gauge exactly where they stand – Discuss the assessment results with the claimant to keep them involved – Develop a plan to help them move forward
  18. 18. Strategies to Cope with Job Loss Grief3. Discuss the importance of creating a daily routine – Remind the claimant to treat their job search like a regular job • Wake up early to begin to their job search • Commit to their efforts • Stay motivated
  19. 19. Strategies to Cope with Job Loss Grief4. Refer the claimant to take advantage of networking opportunities – Refer them to a Social Networking Workshop – Encourage them to reach out to their existing contact network • Family, friends, friends of friends, former roommates or past associates
  20. 20. Resources• Unemployment Job Loss Stress Coping – http://www.helpguide.org/life/unemployment_job_loss_stress_coping_tips.htm• Job Transition Manual – http://www.jhu.edu/~hr1/human-serv/JobTransitionManual.pdf• Kübler-Ross Model – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/K%C3%BCbler-Ross_model

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