Welcome – About beatredundancyblues.com

Welcome – About beatredundancyblues.com 

Beat redundancy blues, is Your One Stop Resource For Redundancy, From Practicalities To Personal Wellbeing 

Free access to Job sites – Recruitment sites – Courses sites, from this one site

Sandra Bellamy Owner and Founder of beatredundancyblues

Sandra Bellamy; Owner, Founder, Writer beatredundancyblues and BlogTrainer.co.ukRedundancy is the perfect time to re-evaluate your life, your career ambitions and your future.

Redundancy can seem like the end of the world, but it could be just the push you need to finally take that leap of faith and change your future for the better, forever.

When I was made redundant for the second time in 2009, I was frustrated with having to trawl the internet and search for each individual job sites, courses sites and recruitment sites, that may be of interest to me. I felt I was wasting my time, when I could be applying for more jobs. I wished there would have been a site like this; that has access to job sites, recruitment sites and course sites, from within the one site. That’s why I created it for you.

This website is designed to give you easy access to a wealth of knowledge, experience and skills needed to survive redundancy and get back into work. No longer do you have to trawl through website after website trying to find the information you want, you can get it all here at the click of a button. Find an area that interests you and get right to it.

This website is essential for anyone who is:

◦                                  Redundant

◦                                  Unemployed

◦                                  Changing Career

◦                                  Job Hunting

◦                                  Lacking In Direction

◦                                  Wanting Motivation

◦                                  Needing Help

◦                                  Looking For Support

This website is designed to treat your recovery from redundancy, in a holistic way. For many, redundancy can trigger episodes of anxiety and depression, which can lead to further unpleasant symptoms. beatredundancyblues.com is designed to address these important issues and help you to get back on track.

beatredundancyblues.com intends to give you insight into the recruitment process and to help you to:

  • Have a positive mental attitude

  • Increase your self-awareness
  • Nurture yourself
  • Job hunt more easily

  • Gain new skills

  • Get a new career
  • Develop a new way of thinking

  • Have a new outlook on life

  • Achieve an awesome new you………………

It’s time to Motivate and Rejuvenate back in to work.

beatredundancyblues has been awarded a Special Recognition Award for its services.

Beat redundancy blues mission is to be the number one resource for redundancy from practicalities to personal wellbeing.

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