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            Robert Laffont
            EAN : 9782221220832
            Shaping : BROCHE
            Pages : 342
            Size : 1 x 215 mm
            Fired and Happy

            Patrick LÉGERON (Préface)
            Release date : 16/05/2019
            This book is the first to examine the trauma of being fired and unemployed, along with offering advice for getting back on your feet.
            Being fired from one’s job is an ordinary, yet violent event that touches our personal and social lives. Luc Biecq interviewed fourteen people who were fired from private sector jobs. They recall each stage of the experience, starting with the day they were told the news. They discuss the trauma... Being fired from one’s job is an ordinary, yet violent event that touches our personal and social lives. Luc Biecq interviewed fourteen people who were fired from private sector jobs. They recall each stage of the experience, starting with the day they were told the news. They discuss the trauma and the feelings of exclusion and demotion, then go on to share advice on how to stand up for yourself and start afresh in order to avoid being overwhelmed by the experience. These strategies include how to avoid getting knocked down and stick to explaining the facts; how to stand up for yourself to management when they don’t see employees as human resources, as well as to friends and family when they try to help and end up being hurtful; how to bring up real facts and figures when someone claims there are millions of vacant jobs (it’s not true); and how to find help, accept help, surround yourself with support, and rediscover the self-confidence to start on a new path. Giving priority to the words of those primarily concerned, the unemployed, Luc Biecq also interviewed experts in a variety of areas who also offer their analysis of the situation. This is an essential work to help anyone move forward and regain confidence in themselves without shame or fear.
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            EAN : 9782221220832
            Shaping : BROCHE
            Pages : 342
            Size : 1 x 215 mm
            Robert Laffont