Like many others, I thought it won’t happen to me, but it did; I was made redundant after receiving a simple termination letter.
The project assigned to me in Dubai got “put to sleep“, pending global economy recovery.
To mark that day, I’m posting a copy of my letter of termination…
…to remind myself (and the reader as well) always not to rely too long on a job…
… and to always work on creating passive income resources to save me from getting another letter like that.
Life after a termination letter
Funny enough, this post has become one of the top visited pages of my blog.
Seems many people look for inspiration to terminate other employees.
I’ve also discovered that this page works as an indicator to world economy.
Whenever this page is on high demand, it indicates one thing. More people are about to lost their jobs.
When this page lacks attention and visitors love…
…it sure means the world economy is doing great and people can feel assured about their future.
Although, in the times of Corona Virus and COVID-19, this page didn’t get much traction!
Coming back to my career.
Thankfully, joining the unemployed sector gave me more time to spend with my family.
I was lucky to secure some freelancing jobs that helped pay many bills.
A better job I did join later on. Life goes on my dear reader. Hold on tight if you were in this hard position.
Wishing the terminated ones would bounce back on track soon enough.
Meanwhile if you were also looking for job rejection letter examples, make sure to read my post titled: Job Rejection Letter Templates, Used by Johnson & Johnson & Others.