One of the hardest parts of beginning a job search is knowing where to start. We recommend reading Managing the Transition for Market Preparedness, as it will provide a foundation of resources to get you going in the right direction. A job search is hard work but your new career situation offers you a unique opportunity to recharge and redirect your career. It can be an exciting journey through unfamiliar territory and your motivation and attitude can be the keys to your success.
Outlined below are the sections included in the document:
|I.||Moving Forward, Page 3|
|II.||Skills Identification, Page 7|
|III.||Resumes & Cover Letters, Page 13|
|IV.||Job Search Tools, Page 20|
|V.||Interviewing Effectively, Page 33|
|VI.||The Finishing Touches, Page 37|
|VII.||Additional Resources, Page 41|
Career Resources through EAP
As part of Nortel medical plan benefits, employees can contact OptumHealth EAP WorkLife Specialists (1-800-842-2991 press “2″ indicating you are a member and then press “1″ for Life Resources ) to assist with both career exploration and career transitions. Current career trends and their educational requirements, types of resumes and their uses, options for returning to school, and tips on networking are some of the topics that can be addressed during a consultation with one of the EAP Specialists. Along with consultation, WorkLife Specialists can search for and provide referrals to verified community resources and provide educational articles and tools including those available via Eureka.org and on the EAP website, www.liveandworkwell.com (password: 800-842-2991, including hyphens).
Resources by Community
Choose your location to learn more.
Moving Phone Number and Contacts
Learn how you can move your corporate mobile phone number to a personal account and how to save your Outlook contacts to a home email client.
Fact Sheet: Job Loss – What Employees Need to Know to Protect Their Health Coverage
When facing job loss or a reduction in hours, workers need to know their options ahead of time to prevent loss of health coverage. Job Loss – What Employees Need to Know to Protect Their Health Coverage explains several options available to individuals who are losing their health coverage when they lose their jobs.
Fact Sheet: State Unemployment Insurance Benefits
In general, the Federal-State Unemployment Insurance Program provides unemployment benefits to eligible workers who are unemployed through no fault of their own (as determined under state law), and meet other eligibility requirements of state law. State Unemployment Insurance Benefits explains eligibility and other details.
Fact Sheet: Specialized Employment Websites
Specialized Employment Websites provides you with numerous URLs for job search resources, broken down into specific fields.
Please go directly to the Department of Labor’s Employee Benefits Security Administration webpage at www.dol.gov/COBRA for information about COBRA. This site also includes:
For specific questions related to COBRA please call Ceridian at800-877-7994.
National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC)
2301 McGee Street, Suite 800
Kansas City, MO 64108
(816) 842-3600 or (866)-470-NAIC (6242)
Contact: Staff Member
Description from website, “The mission of the NAIC is to assist state insurance regulators, individually and collectively, in serving the public interest and achieving the following fundamental insurance regulatory goals in a responsive, efficient and cost effective manner, consistent with the wishes of its members: Protect the public interest; Promote competitive markets; Facilitate the fair and equitable treatment of insurance consumers; Promote the reliability, solvency and financial solidity of insurance institutions; and Support and improve state regulation of insurance.”
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