Redundancy — Opportunity or Threat?

October 2001
Logistics & Transport Focus;Oct2001, Vol. 3 Issue 8, p70
Trade Publication
This is the eleventh part of a series of articles pertaining to some aspects of career management and development in business logistics. The odds are that most of us are willing to face redundancy at least once in our career. Finance will be a central factor affecting employment decisions. When an employee feels that the current job will not lead to a fruitful career, some might think of leaving for another work. Employees may need to educate themselves on the issue of work redundancy. But before leaving work, a complete self-evaluation is highly advised. In Great Britain, there are a lot of computer network resources that can offer some advice on job searching techniques.


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