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How to Cope with Workplace or Unemployment Stress

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When you are faced with the truth about issues in the workplace or being unemployed, your back may be up against the wall and you are forced to make a decision. It can be one of the loneliest times of your life. Some people start with prayers, others plan or some just jump back in bed and pull the covers over their heads, hoping it will all go away. Lainie Bennett and her mother Joanne Ognibene owners of Millennium Personnel Corp located in New York City meet on daily basis people who have lost their job due to the economy. Losing a job may be the cause of great strife. It may lead to financial problems, relationship issues and overall depression. It can cause feelings of loss, isolation, fear and sadness. If you have suffered job loss and or find yourself at a premature professional crossroads stuck in place of the “didn’t” do or “should have done” let Lainie and Joanne give you the advice for turning your adversity into advantage. Join Sky LaRose, Dr. Elisa and journalist Minal Bopaiah for a candid discussion on how to manage workplace or unemployment stress.

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