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19 April

Reduced Work Hours: A Sample Letter To Send To Your Employees

Reduced work hours are never a fun for human resources professionals to announce. When an organization reduces work hours, it usually means that financial turmoil is striking organization.

18 April

15 Outplacement Activities That Will Help Your Outbound Staff Land New Roles

There are so many outplacement companies out there, and each one of them does things a little bit differently. Leaving you (the buyer) unsure of what outplacement activities are essential for your employee’s success when you let them go.

17 April

How Long Does It Take To Make a Friend at Work?

Having a friend in the workplace can make your job more fun, more productive, and less stressful. Friends, after all, are confidants you can lean on and learn from.

16 April

How To Announce A Hiring Freeze At Your Organization (Ultimate Guide)

A hiring freeze is a great way for companies to reassess their long term financial stability while eliminating increasing payroll costs in the present.

13 April

The Difference Between Layoffs, Furloughs, and Reductions in Force (RIF)

In today’s world, the term ‘layoff’ has seemingly started to take on a new meaning. On paper, a layoff is when someone is let go from a company because of budgetary reasons, workforce planning initiatives or other right-sizing reasons with the idea that they may get 'recalled' later on. The goal of a layoff is to reduce spending or boost productivity with new staff members in new departments.

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