3 layoff mistakes to avoid

01/27/2009

No one wants to lay off workers, SmartBrief Senior Editor Mary Ellen Slayter says. But if payroll must be cut, Slayter recommends avoiding these three common mistakes: Using irrelevant criteria to decide which jobs to cut, being too skimpy with severance packages and overlooking anxiety in the surviving workforce. Read the full story and share your advice for managing layoffs at SmartBlog on Workforce.

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