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Synopsis: Job loss is a reality in today’s marketplace, but it’s not the death knell for your career. In You’re Fired!: A Unique Approach To Rebuilding Your Life one learns how to recover from the loss and begin to rebuild. Many books touch upon the surface elements of job loss, such as writing a resume or successful interview techniques. You’re Fired! delves beneath the surface to uncover the emotional and psychological supports that must be reinforced before updating your resume and scheduling interviews. As Denis J. Baker, Vice-President/Human Resources, Saint-Gobain Corp., Norton Co., states: “You’re Fired!: A Unique Approach To Rebuilding Your Life reads like a novel. Through the experience of a ‘company’ man suddenly confronted with the loss of his job, Dr. Berman shows us how to deal effective-ly with the emotional and psychological aspects of losing a job. Unlike the conventional textbook approach, Dr. Berman’s book is easy reading yet packed with valuable insight and advice for anyone facing this traumatic life change.”
About the Author: Dr. Eileen L. Berman, a licensed psychologist, has practiced clinical and corporate psychology in both the U.S. and Australia. Prior to her tenure in Australia, she was a psychologist at the Fallon Clinic, Worcester, MA; a consultant to Worcester Academy; and Adjunct Professor of Education and Psychology at Assumption College Graduate School and Worcester State College. For ten years, Dr. Berman wrote a monthly column on stress and productivity for Business Digest and also published the CEO Growletter. The Growletter focused on creating employee optimization and was read throughout the U.S., Australia, Japan, and India. At present, she writes a monthly column for Industrial Management magazine.
Title: Dealing Effectively with Job Loss
Publisher: Authority Pr Inc
Publication Date: 1999
Book Condition: Very Good
Book Description Authority Pr Inc, Alpharetta, Georgia, U.S.A., 1999. Trade Paperback. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Pictorial Cover. Clean, crisp, bright & tight ex-library book in wonderful condition. Mark inside covers; stamps on title page and facing ffep; spot of adhesive residue inside back cover; shelving label taped to spine with bar code label on that tape. Bookseller Inventory # 0063927