The world of business has become increasingly dependent on layoffs as a response to a downturn in business. There are layoff announcements virtually every day by companies, along with statements about the expected benefits of a reduced headcount.

Does a layoff really result in the savings to an organization that we think it does?

There are hidden costs that are often not considered (or are ignored) when making the decision to institute a reduction in force. These costs are difficult, if not impossible, to measure, but exist whether they are recognized or not.

Read more at http://corporatedeathspiral.blogspot.com

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