Changing careers, is the most difficult time for any person. And right now we are going through such great change on the planet, and in our life and our workplace. That is very hard to find a place of calm, feeling safe and connected, a Career Change Advice Sydney, we look to help people find options into taking this next journey in their path of life, our careers are our modern day rite of passage as our founder Scarlett Vespa always says, because it’s where we get to stretch exercise and build these muscles in life.
So at Career Change Advice Sydney, we recommend that you start the process by firstly understanding what the situation is with your job and at work, asking the questions like, Do I have a future right now? Can I exist on what is being offered to me? And only look to the short term at the moment because things are changing so rapidly that it’s hard to even think about where people are going to be in two or 3,4 or even 6 months. All you can deal with is what is happening right now and at Career Change Advice Sydney, we understand that the most important thing is that you explore your research, you reach out, you look into what options you have at present.
So the first thing we’d like to discuss at Career Change Advice Sydney is if you’re in a current job, and they’re not sharing anything with you right now so it’s very hard to determine the lay of the land, we suggest that you reach out and share with your HR, or your immediate boss and say, ‘please tell me what you’re thinking’, ‘I would appreciate transparency as we move through this time, because I need to know what my options are moving forward’. If you know that the workplace is looking to close or reduce staff, again I would speak to them, and at Career Change Advice Sydney, we believe having those open conversations is vital during this time. HR will know exactly what’s going on they also will know how to help guide you through this period and sometimes HR because they’ll be in shock as well, so you must reach out to them. And we found that it’s really about reaching out to people because they are in their headspace they’ve got their issues, and at Career Change Advice Sydney, we know these issues are global, and everyone is feeling them. Even when you turn on the television you’ll see a reporter who’s got a loved one who’s sick or they become very emotional. So everybody’s going through it together.