Anyone who gets fired as a result of the coronavirus outbreak will surely find it hard to take it well. However, there are ways to react to it and adjust to the painful reality, we can help with that.
1. Start doing something: You do not want to shut down and cry all day when you lose a job you cherish unexpectedly. This is the time to start doing something else that will be lucrative and time-consuming at the same time. By so doing, you will not stop earning and you will not be lost in your own thoughts often.
2. Challenge the decision: As far as I know, employees with 2 years of service have the right to claim unfair dismissal if they feel they have been wrongly treated. Write to your boss explaining the reasons why you might head to an employment tribunal. Legal advice is needed.
3. Claim redundancy: You will normally be entitled to statutory redundancy pay if you are a worker who has been working for an employer for 2 years or more. You can explore that as well.
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4. Save: Losing your job means that the time of spending money recklessly is over. Having that little amount of emergency savings will actually help you to weather the storm before you secure another employment.
5. Online jobs: You should begin to search for online jobs, the world is observing social distancing anyway. There might be a proofreading or blogging job somewhere that you will be perfect for. There are other creative ways to make money with your computer, you just have to seek and you will find.