Welcome to official Web site for the newly released book by first-time author Kimberly Kisner. If you found yourself onthis site could it be because you have recently been laid off? Or are you here because you know someone who has been laid off?Or are you here because you just want to support the author?

Whatever your reason, we are glad that you stopped by. If you have ever been laid off before or if this is your first time being laid off,it is not a comfortable situation. In fact, it can be quit devastating …that is..if you let it.

The national unemployment rate has suffered drastically with the sudden down turn of the economy. According to the U.S Bureau of LaborStatistics, from about the end of 2008 until now the unemployment rate has increased at a rapid pace – though steady, there are stillapproximately over 6 million Americans who have been unemployed for 27 weeks or longer. These statistics are alarming!

What’s even more alarming is that when people find themselves at a crossroads between having a job and not having one ALL OF ASUDDEN – they do not know how to deal with their layoff situation.

In Laid Off, But Not Laid Out – Kimberly has a way of telling “her story” of how she dealt with various lay offexperiences throughout her career. She has a unique way of drawing you into her personal experiences, as though youwere actually there while she was going through it. Laid Off, But Not Laid Out will provide you with tips and insightson how to handle your own lay off situation. For example, Tip 12: Learn to put your pride aside and don’t be afraid to ask for help.

After reading Laid Off, But Not Laid out, you will be able to :

  • Learn how to grieve the loss of a job
  • The art of negotiating bills
  • How important it is to have a fall back

If you decide to add Laid Off, But Not Laid Out – Tips For Surviving A Layoff to your collection of books, you will not bedisappointed. This book can be used as resource…a guide. It won’t provide you with all of the answers, but it will helpyou to shift your perception about your lay off situation.



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