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If you think your company might be heading for a round of lay-offs, sit down with your manager and ask what project is most important to the company right now. Then try to get involved in that project as your primary responsibility. If you’re working on something that’s of secondary importance to the survival of the company, you’re more likely to get laid off. From http://www.jibberjobber.com

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Comment by Don Martinez on July 10, 2009 at 3:29pm
Good clip. Although I feel that people are more reactive then they oath to be. A layoff is inevitable the best time to develop a long term career strategy is under pressure, this is a good time to assess your current skills and see how they measure up to the corporations critical skill required. Most executives at this stage of the game are seeking out long term solution. It’s best to focus on how you can improve overall performance and profit. In the long run you are adding both values for yourself and the company.

Make an investment in you!

Coach Don Martinez
The Domar Group, Inc
Comment by Efren N on June 9, 2009 at 4:10am
Nice video, this reminded me of Eddie Cibrian. Apparently, that doesn't stop the gossip rags from putting his name out there. Eddie Cibrian is a hack actor that can't even get a gig on PBS, but manages to get a few movies on Lifetime (where acting careers go to die) every now and again. Apparently, we have an attention deficit that is in need of serious debt relief. He is implicated as being the man in Leann Rimes' affair, as the pair had starred in a Lifetime movie together His wife, Brandi Glanville, is not amused, and has thus far indicated that Rimes better get her hands off her man; otherwise Eddie Cibrian will need debt consolidation after a divorce.
Comment by J. Alcantar on April 1, 2009 at 8:16pm
I did all that and more for over 13 years. Didn't work....offshore is the future while we get the boot.

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