Introducing The Rapid Guide to Layoff Survival
In 2007, over 1.5 million people in the U.S. lost their jobs due to mass layoffs according to the U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics.
If you are employed with a program that provides resources and assistance to persons that have been laid off, you already know the impact a layoff can have on a person – it is one of the most stressful experiences in life. The financial and emotional impact can seem overwhelming, and it affects their family and loved ones, too.
What are you providing to help them cope with this situation? Would you like to have a resource to provide these people in a proven-successful format that helps them view the layoff as a positive opportunity and keeps them focused on their future?
Our newest resource, Rapid Guide to Layoff Survival, provides a complete program for the person anticipating or going through a layoff to help prepare and get them through this challenging time. Like our other Rapid Guides, it has been designed in the same concise, handy, and unique format proven to be read and retained more than any other offering. There are no other products on the market like it!
Best of all, thanks to our Customized Layoff Survival Program, it is tailored with your program’s logo, contact/website information, colors, and the services you provide. So, it also acts as a high-visibility tool in expanding awareness of your services to the people in your community.
Just take a look at the following list of topics which provide step-by-step guidance on all aspects of a layoff:
|11 early warning signs that a layoff may occur|
|13 tips to prepare in advance for a possible layoff|
|7 crucial steps to take once a layoff has been announced|
|9 tips on how to access and utilize state resources and unemployment benefits|
|How to find and contact a local One Stop center|
|How to utilize government services to help|
|10 important tips on dealing with the emotional stress of a layoff|
|How to involve family and friends in your transition|
|13 strategies to maintaining financial security during a layoff|
|13 tips to prepare for the job hunt|
|16 tips to develop a dynamic resume that will get attention and produce results|
|Identifying strategic resources for finding employment|
|Critical negotiating skills that can have significant impact on your pay|
|30 tips on effective interviewing techniques|
|How to negotiate salary and benefits once a job offer is received|
To learn more about the benefits of making this guide available to your students/clients, read more about the benefits of our Layoff Survival book here.
I received a sample Rapid Guide to Financial Aid at my office and thought it looked great. So . . . I decided to give it the real acid test and checked with my 3 high school teenagers to see what they thought about it. They liked it so much they didn’t want to give it back to me. They were using it to complete their college applications and apply for financial aid.
Next, I sent a copy to the high school counselor. She wrote me an e-mail, and these are her exact words: “I LOVE IT.” She wanted several hundred copies to use on her “financial aid” nights to hand out to parents and students. This booklet has comprehensive information on financial aid wrapped up in a small, sturdy package. It is invaluable!