Back in November, I mentioned that my work was having an “organisational redesign”. It’s finally completed. The European phase of implementing the design has started in the UK. The team that I’m part of will shrink from two people to one person.
The good news is that I have a 50% chance of having a job at the end of process. The bad news is that I have a 50% chance of having a job at the end of process.
This is still better news that some people got the other day – which is they have no chance of having a job at the end of the process unless they can find one elsewhere in the company or just elsewhere.
The CV and LinkedIn profiles have been updated, the job agencies contacted and I am job hunting like a mofo.
Blog-wise, I’ll either be posting less as that spare writing time will be spent crafting application letters and bespoke CVs or posting more as a displacement activity.
The whole process will take at least 45 days so I probably won’t talk about it much until it’s over. Please send good thoughts and prayers that at the end of it, I and the others impacted still have a job. Either where we’re at or somewhere else. Thank you.
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