Coping with cuts

December 2009
Office Professional;Dec2009, Vol. 29 Issue 12, p3
The article offers suggestions on how to recover from employee reduction. It suggests that one must accept and show a strong professional image despite that the other workers are no longer in the job. It adds that one must stay away from pessimistic colleagues and must continue to do his duty in the workplace instead of complaining about the choices being made.


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