| Mining Chronicle | March 2016 |
In the face of being let go from a company, it can be less difficult for a person to jump into another job like the one they had, in fear of not
being able to pay the bills.
However, if Nicholas Wyman’s advice is anything to go by, periods of transition in your life are a great time to reassess what you should be doing. Nicholas, a workforce development and skills expert and Chief Executive Officer of the Institute for Workplace Skills and Innovation, says employees in the mining industry are at an advantage in the workplace.
“People have got to do a bit of a skills matrix and look at what they have to offer and [realise] maybe this is an opportunity not just to get a job
like the one they’ve just had, but to look at what else they could do,” he says.
This article is available in the March 2016 issue of The National Mining Chronicle.
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