“Layoffs can and should be a difficult experience for an organization. Companies that conduct layoffs are usually in financial trouble. They may have to terminate employees who’ve worked for the company for several years, and they have to support the employees who remain. The decision to lay off workers can’t be made lightly—but companies also should take care when hiring to make sure they aren’t overextending themselves.”
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