Managers see redundancy as inevitable

According to the Institute, analysis of calls to the CMI's redundancy hotline, combined with a series of polls, shows that executives have moved from 'concern about job security' to 'preparing for a job hunt'.

Against a backdrop of over 50,000 job losses since January 5 and a total of 1.92 million unemployed, key findings of the survey including:

• amongst the most common 'redundancy checklists' sought by individuals in December and January, was 'coping with redundancy: the next day'. The lowest

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