Have You Got a  Pink Slip  ?
Or  warning signal  by the employers ?
And Worried About Future in this  Recession.
Here is  10 Tips  to cope up Pink Slip
Brush up your CV   Mail to friend If your CV still wears that jaded look, please shred it and begin anew.  High time you r...
Acquire new qualifications If  You are Young Employee    go for courses that will further strengthen your experience. Look...
Arm yourself with soft skills Brush up skills like how to better your presentations, how to write that perfect mail and th...
Try turning an entrepreneur Heard stories of how the foundation of many a big enterprises was laid during the toughest of ...
Time for networking  The economic crisis hitting the firms across the globe has further increased the usage of professiona...
Depressed? Go & party!   With recession hitting all major sectors across the globe, it is the time for you to market yours...
Acquire secondary skills look within the sector and identify other job profiles that are still in demand. So brush up skil...
Cut costs,  increase savings This can also be a good time to introspect. Think hard, and dwell upon your mistakes and the ...
Destress yourself   Mail to friend Being laid off is often seen as a stigma many are not able to cope up with. Do not see ...
Nothing helps like help What better time to do some social work! Why not join or assist organisations working for social c...
  Bring Your smile back now.
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  • Be Nice, be positive and never snap on everyone,that is good one. Thanks God I have not pink slip never, because I am private consultant, working by some Contract and they have time FROM... TO.... So I learn how to manage Recession and Time Slow and Time fast, when you must save money and when you can spend some more on something out of list. Actually all this advises working and you can add some more, and patience willbe one of them.
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pink slip

  1. 1. Have You Got a Pink Slip ?
  2. 2. Or warning signal by the employers ?
  3. 3. And Worried About Future in this Recession.
  4. 4. Here is 10 Tips to cope up Pink Slip
  5. 5. Brush up your CV   Mail to friend If your CV still wears that jaded look, please shred it and begin anew. High time you reinvent your resume and put in your best effort before contacting the prospective employers.
  6. 6. Acquire new qualifications If You are Young Employee  go for courses that will further strengthen your experience. Look for a specialized course related to your current field, or area of expertise. Remember, education is an investment which always pays.
  7. 7. Arm yourself with soft skills Brush up skills like how to better your presentations, how to write that perfect mail and those other interpersonal nuances. Remember, recession will pass, but these skills will stay with you forever and boost your career as well as personality.
  8. 8. Try turning an entrepreneur Heard stories of how the foundation of many a big enterprises was laid during the toughest of times. Some of the biggest tech czars of today -- IBM, Microsoft and HP -- have risen from the rubble of the most difficult recessions that have ravaged global economy. History is full of tales of successful startups that were born out of deepest recessions .
  9. 9. Time for networking The economic crisis hitting the firms across the globe has further increased the usage of professional networking sites like Xing and LinkedIn as people try to discover job opportunities through networking. No prizes for guessing that being connected pays, especially in tough times. You never know which of your connection can help you land a job, or give a positive reference. So this is perhaps the right time for you to market yourself online, and beyond.
  10. 10. Depressed? Go & party!   With recession hitting all major sectors across the globe, it is the time for you to market yourself rightly. Parties can be a good forum for that. Position yourself and build contacts among people from various spheres of life, and what better place than all those social dos that you otherwise skipped.
  11. 11. Acquire secondary skills look within the sector and identify other job profiles that are still in demand. So brush up skills for such profiles and streamline your approach. For all you know, the shift may turn out to be a blessing in disguise.
  12. 12. Cut costs, increase savings This can also be a good time to introspect. Think hard, and dwell upon your mistakes and the lessons learnt, if any. In future, be ready with a contingency plan as misfortune can come knocking at the door anytime. For now, you too can chalk out belt-tightening steps that cut any avoidable expenses.  
  13. 13. Destress yourself   Mail to friend Being laid off is often seen as a stigma many are not able to cope up with. Do not see this as a reflection upon your capabilities. Instead, see it as a silver lining that life has provided. Sit back, reflect, and think about alternatives in life that you may have wanted to pursue for a long time.
  14. 14. Nothing helps like help What better time to do some social work! Why not join or assist organisations working for social causes like poverty, social upliftment or may be healthcare. Identify the causes you feel about the most and extend your time and support to those. You will utilise your time well and feel very worthy at the same time.  
  15. 15.   Bring Your smile back now.

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