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12 March

Alternatives to Layoffs: Three of the Most Popular Methods

When it comes to saving money or optimizing a workforce, the first idea that pops into many of our heads is to start cutting back employee size by holding a reduction in force (RIF) or other layoff event. But are there alternatives to layoffs that could be used in these situations?

08 March

What Is Phased Retirement?

When it comes time for your senior staff members to start seriously considering retirement, HR needs to take a look at what options make the switch as easy as possible for both the staff member and the organization. One of the newest methods is phased retirement, but what is phased retirement and how can it help these areas?

07 March

How to Write a Layoff Letter (With a Downloadable Sample)

Layoffs can happen to any company. Whether it is because of financial issues, a move to rightsize the company, a preemptive layoff due to workforce planning reasons, there are tons of triggers for a RIF to occur. However, in order for all of them to go smoothly, you have to understand how to write a layoff letter that is both ethical and legal.

05 March

How Do You Choose Which Employees to Layoff?

Layoffs are difficult for everyone in an organization. They are time consuming and emotional. Although it might not seem like it to employees, layoffs are extremely difficult for the HR professionals who have to execute them, too.

02 March

9 Higher Education HR Budgeting Tips for 2018

The world of higher education HR is changing. There are now more generations in the workforce than ever before, forcing the workforce to adapt quickly while pushing budgets to the brink.

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