If there is anything in our careers that is the most normal of all, it would be losing one. We then are inundated with various emotions and all we want to do is just let everything out and stand up for ourselves. But sometimes, there are just things that we should think twice about before doing, especially if it involves our personal feelings. Here are 5 of the things that you must not do upon getting fired from your job:
1. Unless you’re expressing appreciation and gratitude for the time that you’ve spent with the company, never send your former boss and coworkers scathing emails. Don’t even try to confront them of how you badly you thought their treatment was to you. This the business world, and no matter how enormous it seems physically, it is a small world. Word of the mouth goes fast, and this can result to bad record that could impact your life immensely.
2. Never take to your social media platforms or any of your blog sites to rant about the injustice that you felt. The internet has made the world a little bit smaller than it is, and you don’t want to make bad impressions for potential employers and your family and friends who look up to you. Even if you believe that whatever people say doesn’t matter, it will, especially if you’re in the world of business. Take note of what the great Stephen Hawking once said; “People won’t have time for you if you are always angry or complaining.”
3. Never look at this occurrence as the end of your dreams. Don’t dwell in the dark or shut everything and everyone out. Don’t pretend or act like there’s nothing wrong because that will just worsen the situation.
4. This may sound pretty hurtful, but it is the truth. Just because of what happened to you, don’t expect that everyone else around you is going to drop whatever they were doing prior to your situation. Life goes on. Instead of sulking about that, take interest in what’s currently going on with them.
5. Despite everything that happened, you should not take too long in looking for a new job. Don’t even hesitate to use your frustration to fuel your determination of becoming a better career person. Go out there as a new you, the one who knows what to do and acknowledges what he or she did wrong in the past, and does her best to not make the same mistake twice.