From getting back to work and managing stress through career development and dealing with bullying, we need a wealth of different skills to get through life. You may be feeling low or flying high, but whatever your feelings, there is always something new to learn and new coping mechanisms to consider.
Returning to Work
You may have been away from work for months or even years or had a brief career break. Whatever the reason, going back to work can be a real challenge.
When stress takes over, ordinary challenges can look like threats and serious events can seem unbearable. Take control where you can - you can't always change the world around you, but you can change your reaction to it.
Regardless of whether you work within a service or a civilian environment, whatever career or job avenue you follow there are always ways to be successful.
Harassment and Bullying
If you feel like you are being bullied it’s highly likely that you are. Like all major civilian employers, both the Royal Navy and the Ministry of Defence have clearly defined and structured policies to counter harassment and bullying.
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