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Have You Ever Done a Layoff? (VIDEO)

Have You Ever Done a Layoff? (VIDEO)

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How did you do it? How did it feel?

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5 thoughts on “Have You Ever Done a Layoff? (VIDEO)

  1. Doing a layoff should be well justified and not a monthly culling of the
    herd. The abuse of the layoff to get rid of the over 45 (or is it 25?) is
    massive, and I can honestly say that you have to be a political beast to
    survive to gold watch time. That said, it’s always a committee style
    process and sometimes you end up with HR saying no.

  2. Doing a layoff should be well justified and not a monthly culling of the herd. The abuse of the layoff to get rid of the over 45 (or is it 25?) is massive, and I can honestly say that you have to be a political beast to survive to gold watch time. That said, it’s always a committee style process and sometimes you end up with HR saying no.

  3. Doing a layoff should be well justified and not a monthly culling of the herd. The abuse of the layoff to get rid of the over 45 (or is it 25?) is massive, and I can honestly say that you have to be a political beast to survive to gold watch time. That said, it’s always a committee style process and sometimes you end up with HR saying no.

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