After the pink slips

Noer, David M.
July 1995
Executive Female (0199-2880);Jul/Aug95, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p42
Trade Publication
Presents guidelines for managers on how to deal with company layoffs. Dealing with layoff survivors; Importance of communication in the layoff system; Telling the truth to employees. INSET: The rule-of-four cure for layoff survival sickness..


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