Redundancy is unwelcome, for the employee and for the business. Employees do not want to lose a job. Businesses are reluctant to admit they are not as profitable as previously, therefore do not need the employees they used to have.
Responsible businesses who provide availability of counselling to staff who may be made redundant are showing consideration. It is also a demonstration of intentions to provide help and care to all their employees. Requesting counselling from a company will often get a positive response.
Counselling in Exeter helps bring awareness and aspirations to confusion and dismay. Realisation that a job is being made redundant, not the person in the job, is an important stepping stone to wellbeing.
An aspect of redundancy is a lack of control. The employee senses that they do not have much control of how they are living their lives.
Counselling helps bring awareness and reality to the situation. Redundancy is a disappointment, it is not a disaster. It may mean a change of career or employment - it is not starvation. It can be a stepping stone to a better future.
Redundancy can be moving on, change, and opportunities. Most people do not like change being forced on them.
In many cases, when redundancies are necessary, a good company will pay for counselling for their employees. Requesting a company to do this may be advantageous to both employees and the company.
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