How to Handle a Layoff
What should you do when you receive notification of a layoff? First of all, you should check with your company on the benefits you may be entitled to when you leave. Then, it's important to file for unemployment insurance, and to make sure you have all the bases covered, so you can start a job search.
Job Loss Checklist
When you have lost your job, it's important to check on compensation due, benefits, references, and unemployment.
When You Lose Your Job
Sometimes, it happens by choice. Sometimes, you don't have an option. In either case, it's important to be prepared to change jobs - because you never know when it might happen to you.
Plink Slip Lay-Off Notice
Pink slip is the symbolic name of the notice an employee receives when he or she is laid off or terminated from employment.
Pink Slip? What Next?
Have you lost your job? If so, you're not alone. Companies are continuing to cut back jobs, to downsize and to restructure operations. You may be able to turn layoff into a new career. Here's how to handle unemployment, starting a job search and more.
Unemployment eligibility requirements, when to file, how to file, benefits, rates, and answers to questions on unemployment compensation.
Constructive discharge occurs when an employee is forced to quit because the employer has made working conditions unbearable.
What to Do When You're Downsized
Have you lost your job? Here's how to handle a lay-off, apply for unemployment, start a job search and more.
What to Do After a Job Loss
The importance of maintaining professional etiquette after getting laid off from About.com Guide to Etiquette, Debby Mayne.