I’ve been puzzling out the many effects of getting a job. On our family life and, of course, on the work I’ve been trying to do through this blog.
When I started I thought there was an untold story about the impact of deficit reduction on those of us caught in its frontline. I also thought that it might be helpful to share my experiences and to give readers a space in which to do the same. The blog has grown a little bit through time to signpost useful resources and I know that some HR specialists check in from time to time to hear about readers’ experiences of redundancy and recruitment.
I don’t feel comfortable continuing to write about redundancy now I am working again. But I also want to maintain a space for the signposting and sharing of resources that folks have said they have found useful.
So, I plan to maintain the site as a resource for people trying to deal with the impact of redundancy. I will not write a personal blog here but I may – if moved – continue to share what I bump into that’s relevant to the losing and the getting of employment.
I am also hoping to encourage some guest spots from folks I have bumped into whose opinions and thoughts have inspired me along the way.
The whole RPS clan feel very blessed to know that there has been such a warm and supportive following for us in our travails. It’s been great to know you’ve been there. And it would feel wrong somehow to pack up now just because I have found a job.
So, it’s not ‘goodbye’ and it’s not quite ‘business as usual’ either. But rather ‘cheerio’ for now …
RPS and family